Prospective Students

Computer Science Jobs

$67,844

Average Starting Salary

(NACE Fall 2018 Survey)

12.58%

Expected Growth by 2026

(Bureau of Labor Statistics 2016 Survey)

4,441,400

Computing-Related Jobs

(Bureau of Labor Statistics 2016 Survey)

639,000

New Computing Jobs by 2026

(Bureau of Labor Statistics 2016 Survey)

 

 

Computer Science at UT Martin

94.94%

Graduates Employed in the Field After Graduation

(Average 2012 Fall—2018 Spring)

16+

Programming Languages Learned

(Minimum number in required coursework)

13.53

Average Class Size

(2018 Fall)

13+

Upper Division Electives

(Available to customize your degree plan)

 

 

Scholarship and Financial Opportunities

David Gatwood Scholarship-$1,000 per year

The David Gatwood Scholarship is awarded to a student pursuing a joint major in Computer Science and in an artistic field such as communications, music, English or visual and theater arts. Must demonstrate successful academic performance.

Harbison-Gathers Excellence in Education Scholarship-$1,500 per year

The Harbison-Gathers Excellence in Education Scholarship is awarded to a junior or senior pursuing a teaching career in math, computer science, chemistry or physics. Must have a 3.2 GPA and financial need should be considered. Student must exemplify strong moral character as evidenced by work ethic, personal conduct and community service.

Athletic Band Awards - Amount varies

Every student who participates in the Skyhawk Marching Band will receive a scholarship.

Work Study Positions Available

(Positions contingent upon FAFSA eligibility.) Visit utm.edu/studentemployment for more information.

Academic & Other Scholarships

UT Martin provides more than $32 million in scholarships and grants each year.

Applications must be submitted no later than February 1 in order to receive full consideration for academic scholarships.

Plan a Visit!

Want to see what it is like to be a Computer Science student at UT Martin? Our dedicated admissions counselors want to hear from you! Schedule a visit today and you will have the opportunity to tour the campus and meet with the Computer Science faculty.

Transfer Students

The Computer Science Department at the University of Tennessee at Martin thanks you for your interest in our program! We welcome transfer students from a wide variety of institutions, both in Tennessee and elsewhere. Click here for more information about transferring to UT Martin Computer Science!

About Computer Science

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