Career Opportunities
Career Opportunities
high placement rate

high placement rate

Eighty percent of our students receive their first job offers before their diplomas.
ideal location

ideal location

The university is within walking distance of dozens of thriving startups and companies.
generous salaries

generous salaries

Graduates of our program enjoy average starting salaries of $70,000.
internship for credit

Internship for Credit

Students can gain valuable professional experience while earning course credit.

Just a few places our graduates go:

Hudl logo
Garmin logo
Don't Panic Labs logo
Sandhills Publishing logo
Pen Link logo
Nelnet logo
Spreetail logo
Firespring Logo
Cerner logo
Microsoft logo
Kiewit logo
Assurity logo
Centrix logo
Koch Logo
Union Pacific logo
Design Data logo
Buildertrend logo
Nebraska Global logo

Career Events

Our department hosts several career-oriented events throughout the year to help students make connections with representatives from these companies and many others. Many organizations regularly visit our department and set up booths at career fairs or outside our Student Resource Center, and some even invite our students on special tours of their own facilities.

State of the Practice event
Employer Visit
Reverse Pitch event
Career Fair
State of the Practice event


Students can also search for career opportunities through the university's own job search site, Handshake. Handshake is the place for university students to search and apply for internships, co-ops, part-time and full-time jobs. It can also be used by employers to post opportunities and share upcoming career events.

Handshake Login

Research Opportunities

And don't forget: Not all of our graduates go on to work for companies. Many of them have also had very successful careers in computer science teaching and research fields. Check out the research opportunities available within our department.

Research and Innovation

Internships for Credit

Our department also offers students the opportunity to receive course credit for internships. Enrolling for an internship is different from enrolling for a regular course, so be sure to discuss this option with an academic advisor.

Review the the CSCE 491: Internship in Computing Practice course syllabus to learn more about requirements before enrolling.

Enroll for Internship Credit

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