Saturday, 27 September 2014

8 Of The Biggest Payoff Computer Science Courses In 2014

Learning/studying computer science is the in-thing today, with more and more students opting to major in the highly luxurious field, that certainly pays off very well in the current scheme of things. With that said, the number of educational institutions offering the course has also gone up significantly. However, how can you be sure which one offers the best in-class learning experience and a more than satisfactory return on your educational investment? PayScale's recently released 2014 College ROI Report helps you to a larger extent. We have compiled a list of 8 computer science programs based on their expected annual ROI, courtesy the report.

Computer Science Programs, ROI, Biggest Payoff, 2014 College ROI Report, Harvard University, Stanford University, University of Virginia, University of California - Berkeley, University of North Carolina, University of Washington, Georgia Institute of Technology, University of North Texas




1.Harvard University

-Graduation rate: 97 per cent

-Total cost of bachelor's degree: $53,910

-Total net return over 20 years: $1,314,000

-Annual ROI: 17.7 per cent

2.Stanford University

-Graduation rate: 95 per cent

-Total cost of bachelor's degree: $74,870

-Total net return over 20 years: $1,718,000

-Annual ROI: 17.4 per cent

3.University of Virginia

-Graduation rate: 93 per cent

-Total cost of bachelor's degree: $25,880

-Total net return over 20 years: $1,307,000

-Annual ROI: 22 per cent

4.University of California - Berkeley

-Graduation rate: 91 per cent

-Total cost of bachelor's degree: $64,210

-Total net return over 20 years: $1,553,000

-Annual ROI: 17.7 per cent

5.University of North Carolina

-Graduation rate: 89 per cent

-Total cost of bachelor's degree: $32,830

-Total net return over 20 years: $738,500

-Annual ROI: 17.3 per cent

6.University of Washington

-Graduation rate: 81 per cent

-Total cost of bachelor's degree: $37,640

-Total net return over 20 years: $1,196,000

-Annual ROI: 19.3 per cent

7.Georgia Institute of Technology

-Graduation rate: 79 per cent

-Total cost of bachelor's degree: $37,350

-Total net return over 20 years: $967,600

-Annual ROI: 18.1 per cent

8.University of North Texas

-Graduation rate: 48 per cent

-Total cost of bachelor's degree: $34,120

-Total net return over 20 years: $804,400

-Annual ROI: 17.6 per cent
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