How to get started with a NDSU computer science degree
Depaul University of Technology Computer Science students are looking for a way to continue learning in a computer science program without breaking their bank.
The University of Minnesota-Duluth, along with the Duluth-based National Science Foundation and University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign, announced a collaboration to bring the field to Duluth.
Students can start learning on the NDSUSU campus next fall.
The program has more than 25,000 students, who have more than 2,200 credits in computer science.
Students can get a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering or computer science from NDSUs.NDSU is working with NDS, the University of Texas at Austin and the University at Albany to provide students with access to courses on the University’s campuses and the surrounding area.
The new partnership is designed to bring computer science into the classroom.
“Computer science is an exciting field for students and faculty,” said NDS President and CEO Tom Smith.
“The combination of these universities will provide the resources and support students need to pursue their education in computer sciences.”
Students interested in taking courses in computer technology can apply for one of three slots.
The first spot will be reserved for students with advanced degrees.
The other two spots are reserved for those with bachelor’s degrees in computer, engineering or science.
The NDS students are applying for these slots through the NSDUs computer science portal, which is managed by the university.
The portal will be open until April 16, and students will be able to apply for the first two spots through the portal on April 16.
The portal will also accept applications from students who already have a computer, and those who are interested in starting new classes.
“We are extremely excited about this collaboration,” said Dr. Eric Jansen, chair of the Computer Science Department.
“I think it is a really good way to increase the amount of science and math students can take at the University.”
In addition to NDSE, the NCSU campus offers undergraduate computer science programs, graduate and professional computer science and engineering programs.
The NDS program has been recognized as one of the best in the state of Minnesota, with more than 3,000 graduate and undergraduate credits in this subject.
For more information on the program, visit the NBSU site.