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Computer Science degrees in the USA

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Computer Science and Engineering BSc

University of North Texas (UNT) United States

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BS Computer Science BS

University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) United States

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Computer Science BSc, UG:Bachelor

University of Idaho United States

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Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS) BS

Westcliff University United States

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Computer Science and Information Security BS

John Jay College of Criminal Justice United States

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Computer Science BSc

Southern New Hampshire University United States

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Computer Science Associate Degree

Fulton-Montgomery Community College United States

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Computer Science AS

Alfred State SUNY College of Technology United States

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Computer Science BS

Elizabethtown College United States

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Study a Computer Science degree in the USA in 2024

Computer science is an important discipline in today's world. Our reliance on technology in everyday life is ever increasing, and that doesn't look set to change any time soon. This reliance means that there is more demand for computer scientists who have a wealth of experience in the subject area. With computers and mobile devices being utilised in a wide range of industries, you will find that your career opportunities are endless and differing.

An undergraduate degree in computer science will provide you with a good foundation of knowledge in the area. You will study modules on software development, information technology, computer programming, computer systems and software engineering. These modules will allow you to develop your theoretical understanding of computer science, as well as how to apply your knowledge and skills in real world situations.

Your degree will be delivered through a mixture of modes. These will include lectures and seminars, as well as practical work and computer laboratory sessions. You might have the opportunity to take part in a work placement module or year.

Study in the USA

With over 1.1 million international students choosing the USA as their higher education destination each year, the country is one of the most popular study abroad destinations in the world. There are consistently many USA based universities and colleges ranked within the top 100 in the QS World University rankings, and it is not uncommon for the top 10 rankings to be dominated by American universities as well. As one of the biggest countries in the world, you will have many choices when it comes to deciding where you want to study abroad.

See our detailed guide to studying in the USA for international students.

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