Explore the boundaries of computation.

Our BA students may see themselves as scientists, wanting to learn computer science to aid in the process of scientific discovery. They may have an interest in math and view computer science as a means to explore the boundaries of computation. They may have an interest in the humanities and bringing information retrieval and natural language processing techniques to bear on ancient manuscripts or the political writings of non-western societies. They might be interested in the web, either as a designer, organizer, or writer.

The demand for graduates with computer science skills is so high that employers are not making a distinction between computer science BA and BS degrees. Indeed, U.S. universities are currently producing only 61% of the graduates needed to fill technology jobs in the U.S. and this is projected to be true well into the 2020s.

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