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With the University of Cincinnati you can put classroom and real-world experience into practice.

Let your degree bring you one-step closer to living your dream.  Choose a path, learn from renowned faculty within our varying academic disciplines, gain two years of full-time paid work experience and graduate with the skills you need to earn the job you want.

With more than 41 undergraduate and 15 graduate programs grounded in innovation, technology, engineering, science, medicine and business, Computing Cincinnati is the choice for you.

With a collective $57 million in annual co-op earnings, UC students graduate with less debt. It’s one of the reasons we’re ranked No. 1 in the nation for return on educational investment.

Computing and Technology fields are Among the Fastest Growing in the Nation and the Greater Cincinnati Region.

Overview of Ohio technology jobs, educational requirements, growth rate and salary.
Occupation Entry Level Ed. Employment Growth Rate (2016) Median Pay OH Average Pay OH Job Openings

Statisticians

Master’s degree  

34%

$80,500

$61-150 - $100,670

53

Operations Research Analysts

Bachelor’s degree

30%

$79,200

$61,380- $99,610

130

Biomedical Engineer

Bachelor’s degree

23%

$85,620

$58,090-$86,120

20

Computer Hardware Engineer

Bachelor’s degree

3%

$115,080

$71,830-$106,160

18

Computer Network Architects

Bachelor’s degree

9%

$101,210

$72,720-$117,820

117

Computer Systems Analysts

Bachelor’s degree

21%

$87,220

$65,500-$103,830

1018

Electrical Engineer

Bachelor’s degree

0%

$96,270

$65,510-$98,080

147

Electronics Engineer

 

Bachelor’s degree

0%

$96,270

$72,580-$111,140

90

Information Security Analysts

Bachelor’s degree

18%

$92,600

$66,040-$104,020

81

Software Developers

Bachelor’s degree

17%

$102,280

$69,720 - $107,800

790

Computer & Information Research Scientists

Doctor or professional degree

11%

$111,840

$84,390 -$114,120

0

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics & Ohio Means Jobs

It is estimated that 92 percent of well-paying jobs (those above median wage) will require a combination of post-secondary education and on-the-job training.

Tech Triumphs

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Game on

New UC Information Technology concentration helps students turn passion for video games into career path.

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Dazzling display

UC students and faculty create giant musical playground for LUMENOCITY.

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A hand up

Student organization enables patients with disabilities, future engineers with 3-D printing