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Thinking of majoring in Computer Science (CS)? The enrollment rate is going up in this department, because most CS students can find a job after graduation. Many USF graduates go on to get a job in a social media site, Google or Yahoo, software development companies, web development, or web startup companies, where they program and write applications. Peter Pacheco, chair of the CS Department says, “Very few students have difficulty getting jobs after graduation.” This major requires 42 credits in CS and eight credits in math. Even though enrollment is going up, the department makes sure that the upper division classes are still small.

If you don’t want to major in CS, you can take CS 107 as an elective to learn how to write Android apps. Sounds pretty snazzy, doesn’t it? I might just have to go ahead and try it…


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