Arizona State University


Career Services

Career and Professional Development Services offers year-round support for online students, designed to strengthen your job search skills, build your resume, enhance your interview skills, and more. Career advising sessions are available for all online students. Appointments can be made by logging in to Handshake. Students and alumni are encouraged to take advantage of the multitude of virtual services including:

  • Online resume reviews
  • Online tool to practice interview questions
  • Online chat with career advisors
  • Downloadable information and sample resumes

Fulton Schools of Engineering Career Center
All students enrolled in this degree program have access to the Fulton Schools of Engineering Career Center, a one-of-a-kind dedicated career center for ASU's engineering students with a robust offering of online services and resources. Learn more.

Learn more by watching our Online Career Services Webinar.

Computer Science Career Outcomes

ASU Online Master of Computer Science graduates have (but are not limited to) the following career opportunities:

Computer Network Administrator
Computer Network Analyst
Computer Network Technician
Computer Programmer
Computer Science Professor
Computer Scientist
Computer Software Quality Engineer
Computer System Architect
Computer Systems Analyst
Corporate Web Developer
Database Administrator
Document Management Specialist
Geospatial Information Technologists
Information Security Analyst
Information Technology Manager
Nursing Operations Manager
SEO Specialist
Software Developer
Software Engineer
Telecommunications Engineering Specialist
Web Developer

Explore possible career outcomes

Alumni Network

The merits of a school’s alumni association can be a valuable asset to the development of your social and professional network during your time as a student and beyond.

At Arizona State University, our alumni association shares the culture of community and innovation that informs the student experience on campus and through ASU Online. Thriving chapters exist in more than 40 U.S. cities and over 35 countries, opening up unique opportunities to build meaningful connections with other Sun Devils across the globe. These organizations and events are open to current students as well as alumni, both online and on campus. Access to the association and its resources include faculty and friends of the university, as well as outside businesses and organizations that support the school in various ways.

“Our role is to connect with the nearly 500,000 Sun Devils and provide a number of services to them,” says Tracy Scott, Director of Marketing Communications with the ASU Alumni Association. “Everything from networking opportunities, travel programs, events and robust chapter networks all over the country.”

Learn more building your network with the ASU alumni association.

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