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Computer Science Program Resources

What are Intelligent Systems?

Intelligent systems are revolutionizing a variety of industries, including transportation and logistics, security, and manufacturing. They help improve energy efficiency, quality, and flexibility of these systems. Intelligent systems are complex and use a wide range of technologies – artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, natural language processing, deep learning, embedded CPUs, distributed storage, wireless networking and graphical signaling.

Differences Between Software Developers and Software Engineers

Today the United States has over 100,000 software and IT services companies, 99% of which are considered small and medium sized firms under 500 employees. With a workforce of nearly 2 million people and continued growth during the past decade, the software industry offers a great deal of opportunity for those seeking a career.

What Can You Do with a Computer Science Degree?

Computer science is a competitive field with tremendous job growth.

Top 5 Careers in Computer Science

As technology evolves and becomes smarter, the computer field continues to expand. Opportunities are growing incredibly fast for professionals seeking computer science careers as companies become more dependent on new technology to build their network and reach. 

Computer Science vs Data Science: Discover the Similarities and Differences of These Master’s Degrees

INFOGRAPHIC Lewis University offers innovative computer science graduate programs designed to prepare professionals for the evolving needs of software and big data. Discover the similarities and differences of the online Master’s in Computer Science and Master’s in Data Science programs.

The History of Cyber Warfare

INFOGRAPHIC From governments to major corporations, cyber attacks are growing rapidly in scope and frequency across the globe. These attacks may soon be considered an "act of war" so having the latest information security training is becoming increasingly important. To be prepared for the future, you must also learn from the past.