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Computer science courses for children are among the most popular courses in computer science, according to a survey by a new company that helps companies identify the most valuable.
The survey by the consulting firm CareerCast found that the most sought-after courses for students were computer science and computer engineering, followed by basic computer skills and computer vision.
The top-rated courses are:Computer science for children was ranked No. 3 by CareerCast, followed closely by computer engineering and advanced computer vision courses.
“We were surprised to see that computer science courses were the most highly rated and most sought after among the courses,” CareerCast Senior Director of Education Jennifer Gershman said in a statement.
“Computer science courses are the most effective way for students to advance their careers, and we want to help our students find their next step in the digital world.”
The survey also found that computer programming was the most desired programming subject for students, followed only by chemistry and physics.
The study also found the top-performing courses are programming and data science, which were followed by economics and business.
Computer science and math are the subjects that offer the most value to employers, with the average pay at $84,400 for a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering or computer science.
Computer programming is also the subject that most frequently graduates with a bachelor of science degree in a top-ranked STEM field.
“This survey shows the importance of being prepared for a career in a rapidly changing and rapidly changing world, and how important it is to be well-rounded in your choice of careers,” CareerCraft’s chief operating officer, Matt McManus, said in the statement.
“As an industry, we need to recognize the importance and value of computer science in today’s world, while also continuing to provide the best possible career opportunities for our employees and the community at large,” he added.