Apply by the early application deadline on March 1st.
MCIT Online graduates will be uniquely positioned to fill computer science jobs in industries such as finance, healthcare, education, and government, as well as in the core software development industry. Upon completion of the on-campus program, MCIT alumni have gone on to earn jobs with competitive salaries at technology companies such as Amazon, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Oracle, and Bloomberg.
As an MCIT Online graduate, you’ll join the Penn Engineering alumni network - a community of over 28,000 business leaders, innovators and researchers across the globe. As a member of the alumni network, you will enjoy access to Penn’s Alumni Directory, the Engineering Alumni Society, the Penn Global Club Network, and Penn alumni events and communications.
Penn will provide a range of services to support online students in achieving their career goals from webinars, access to job boards, online subscriptions and networking events to targeted support from career advisors and mentors as students progress towards graduation. Click here to view the MCIT Online Career Services page.
To learn more about tips for breaking into the tech industry, watch a webinar with Penn's Associate Director of Professional Development and Networking.
Applications for the Fall 2020 cohort are now open.
The early application deadline is March 1st.
The final application deadline is May 1st.
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We encourage you to investigate whether this degree meets your academic and/or professional needs before applying.
Penn Engineering offers an online Computational Thinking for Problem Solving course on Coursera to help you decide whether the program is the right fit before you apply.