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With a degree, graduates might do the following:

  • Work as consultants to help e-businesses conduct transactions and interact with customers online.
  • Streamline databases and design customized software to better anticipate the needs of customers.
  • Create better ways to manage patient records and share them with diverse health-care providers.
  • Participate on teams with biologists and chemists to develop software that enable them to more easily access vast amounts of information from the Human Genome and the Chemical Abstracts databases.
  • Help design or maintain computer systems.
  • Help design the next generation of computer games.
  • Train others how to effectively use the technology.

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