Educating the Workforce of Our Future

ComputingCinncinnati is where technology, engineering, science, medicine and business converge.

We connect people and ideas.

ComputingCincinnati brings real-world problems into our intellectual ecosystem, allows our students to dream, explore, and discover new ways of leveraging information and technology to address today’s economic and societal challenges.

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Through innovative interdisciplinary pathways, hands-on learning and co-op, our students graduate ready to work, and prepared to solve today’s and tomorrow’s most complex issues.

The Workforce Gap

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Greater Cincinnati is estimated to have over 300,000 job openings in the next decade.

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One in every five jobs will be in the healthcare, education, business, finance and technology fields.

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Industry experts estimate there will be 10,000 vacant IT positions by 2020. Currently, there are between 2,000 and 3,000 vacancies.

What’s your interest? Explore our programs.

Tech Triumphs

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UC, CPS Partner to Tackle Region’s IT Talent Deficit

A novel agreement will give CPS students the opportunity to enter college as sophomores, earn debt-free education and two years professional work experience.

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Brave new digital world

UC’s Richard Harknett, one of the world’s leading online security experts, reveals the digital threats that keep him up at night.

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Mars or bust

UC's Andrew Czaja teams with NASA to decide where to send the next rover to look for ancient life on Mars.