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Computer Science professional ranking
1. Master/PhD in Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University;
2. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Computer Science;
3. Master/PhD in Computer Science, Stanford University;
4. University of California, Berkeley, Master/PhD in Computer Science;
5. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Master/PhD in Computer Science;
6. Master/PhD in Computer Science, Cornell University;
7. University of Washington, Seattle, Master/PhD in Computer Science;
8. Master/PhD in Computer Science, Georgia Institute of Technology;
9. Master/PhD in Computer Science, Princeton University;
10. University of Texas at Austin, Master/PhD in Computer Science.
Computer Science (CS) is a discipline that systematically studies the theoretical basis of information and computation and how they are implemented and applied in computer systems.
Computer science is typically offered in engineering schools or arts and sciences under the computer science or math departments. The four most famous computer schools in the United States are Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), Stanford University (UC Berkeley). Typical courses include programming, computer theory, data structures, algorithms, operating systems, and software engineering. In terms of degree setting, there are Master of Science(MS), Master of Engineering(MEng) and Doctor of Philoshophy(Ph.D.). MS refers to the academic degree, which requires the completion of the graduation thesis. The duration is about 1.5 to 2 years, and you can continue to study for a PhD in the future. Meng refers to a degree that focuses on application and employment, which is more on application and practice in curriculum setting. It is not necessary to write an academic paper. Generally, graduation can be completed after completing a project or internship.
Computer has many branches: artificial intelligence, computer theory, computer systems, robotics, human interaction, computer graphics, computational biology, computer visualization, and so on.
The major of computer science is one of the most competitive majors at present. It is recommended that applicants have a major background in science and engineering, have taken math and computer-related courses, master several programming languages, and have internship or scientific research experience related to computer science.
The computer employment situation is very good, almost all industries need computer related personnel. There are many jobs, such as software engineers, testers, data analysts, technical support and so on.