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Computer Science Enrollment Up 10% Last Fall

April 12th, 2011 04:41 admin Leave a comment Go to comments


dcblogs writes Computer science enrollments increased 10% last fall, according to the Computer Research Association. At the peak of the dot-com era, the average enrollment in computer science departments was 398, but by 2007 it had declined in half. Enrollments now average 253 students per department. Enrollments have now increased in the last three years. The CRA’s annual survey tracks students enrolled at Ph.D.-granting institutions. Compared to the dot-com era, the interest today in computer science may be ‘a more reasoned response to a field that seems positioned at the hub of just about every national priority’”

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