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School To Employment Pathways System (STEPS)

Extended List: Computer and Mathematical Occupations

Scroll through the expanded list here for the occupation you selected. Click the Match to Degrees link next to each occupational title to view the occupation matched to the degrees and openings in that field. The minimum degree level and number of degrees is displayed on that page as well.

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15-1000  -  Computer Scientists & Systems Analysts
15-1011  -  Computer & Information Scientists, Research  -  Match to Degrees
15-1021  -  Computer Programmers  -  Match to Degrees
15-1030  -  Computer Software Engineers
15-1031  -  Computer Software Engineers, Applications  -  Match to Degrees
15-1032  -  Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software  -  Match to Degrees
15-1041  -  Computer Support Specialists  -  Match to Degrees
15-1051  -  Computer Systems Analysts  -  Match to Degrees
15-1061  -  Database Administrators  -  Match to Degrees
15-1071  -  Network & Computer Systems Administrators  -  Match to Degrees
15-1081  -  Network Systems & Data Communications Analysts  -  Match to Degrees
15-1099  -  Computer Specialists, All Other  -  Match to Degrees
15-2011  -  Actuaries  -  Match to Degrees
15-2021  -  Mathematicians  -  Match to Degrees
15-2031  -  Operations Research Analysts  -  Match to Degrees
15-2041  -  Statisticians  -  Match to Degrees
15-2090  -  Miscellaneous Mathematical Science Occupations
15-2099  -  Mathematical Scientist Occupations, All Other  -  Match to Degrees

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