Data Processing only has 226 graduates each year, which is lower than average. Graduates typically earn about N/A per year in their early career.
This earning potential can increase when you pick the right school. More likely than not, a school that is rated one of the best in one category is highly ranked in others. The schools below might have more to offer than just promising salary prospects.
You can find rankings of Data Processing programs with the highest starting salaries below. Our ranking methodology uses Data Processing specific starting and mid-career salaries of graduates from each college to generate a list of the best.