The pandemic has only increased businesses’ acceleration towards digital transformation and underscored the power of technology and computer science skills to help overcome economic disruption across industries, including financial services. Under the lens of the pandemic, opportunities sharpen focus specifically in areas that help reduce costs, enable remote work, and sustain operations, which a Deloitte report says will help businesses prepare for and endure whatever comes next.
Read on to learn how fellow financial services L&D professionals use computer science courses to develop relevant, mission-critical skills in their organizations.
Broad Upskilling & Targeted Competency Building
Within computer science, financial services companies offer a variety of opportunities:
- Building skills in universally useful programming languages such as Python— a gateway to upskilling to roles in priority areas such as data science and productivity enhancer across functions.
- Nurturing competencies in other business-critical areas, such as cybersecurity and DevOps.
Popular edX Computer Science Courses
From programming basics to cybersecurity and web development, explore a sampling of computer science courses and programs from the world’s top universities used by financial services organizations.
Learning That Takes You From Keeping Pace to Staying Ahead
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