Clemson Computer Science graduate graduates have an array of jobs
BUCHAREST, N.Y. — — Clemson University graduates of computer science will be among the more than 20,000 who will be able to get a new job in 2019, as the college prepares to introduce a new array of degrees and career paths for graduates who are looking for work.
The college announced Wednesday it plans to introduce four new undergraduate computer science degrees this fall and launch a new computer science major this fall that will include a master’s degree in computer science.
The new computer-related degree is known as the Computer Science of Engineering and Computer Science, or CSSE.
The College of Computing will also introduce a major in artificial intelligence (AI) in 2019.
This is the first of several AI-related degrees the college will offer, and will be designed to help the college recruit and retain computer scientists who are interested in pursuing career in the field, said Katherine Dolan, associate vice president for research and innovation and associate dean for computer science and engineering.CSSE degrees are intended to prepare graduates for jobs in the fields of engineering and technology.
These include positions in IT and computing, information technology and analytics, information systems, and business operations.
Dolan said Clemson has more than 4,400 graduates who have earned degrees in computer-based science, and has the second-highest student enrollment in the nation after MIT.
“The first of these degrees is going to be a bachelor’s degree that we’re doing with the College of Engineering, and the second is going on with the Computer Sciences Department,” she said.
“So, it’s not going to just be a computer science degree.
It’s going to include other fields, including artificial intelligence, data science, computer vision, computer security and cryptography, computer graphics, machine learning and analytics.”
Dolan did not give an estimate for how many of the degrees could be available in 2019 but said the college hopes to have all of the courses available by the start of next school year.
“We are looking at four or five of these new bachelor’s degrees in 2019,” she told the Clemson community at a meeting of the college’s Computer Science and Engineering Committee on Tuesday.
“And we’re looking at other areas, like the next degree, the master’s and the doctorate in computer systems engineering.
So, we are very excited about that.”
A lot of Clemson graduates are looking to start careers in technology, which could be a boon for the college, Dolan said.
But in order to attract graduates who want to get into computer science programs, Clemson will be hiring a lot more faculty members, she said, which will help recruit and keep the students who are applying for the degrees.
The Clemson Computer Sciences Graduate Program (CSGS) offers computer science majors with an emphasis on computer engineering, including bachelor’s and master’s degrees.
CSGS graduates also have the option of pursuing a graduate certificate in computer programming and data science.
A graduate degree in information technology also qualifies a student for a graduate degree, Daren said.
The college also offers an advanced degree in artificial-intelligence and computer science for those who want the computer science certificate in addition to their bachelor’s or master’s in computer engineering.
The CSGS has about 2,100 graduate students in its undergraduate program, according to Daren.
In addition to the four computer science bachelor’s programs, there are about 70 computer-science graduate students on the Clemson University College of Technology’s computer-security, computer-vision, and artificial-language teams.
“These are not just computer science students,” Daren told reporters.
“They are also students who have had a background in some of the fields.
Clemson has been hiring more and more faculty since its merger with the University of Maryland, which in 2019 became the second public college in the U.S. to have two computer-engineering degrees.”
These are all people who are very well-qualified to do this and who are working at very high levels in these areas.”
Clemson has been hiring more and more faculty since its merger with the University of Maryland, which in 2019 became the second public college in the U.S. to have two computer-engineering degrees.
Daren said the Clemson Computer-Science Graduate Program will include students from all four computer- and information-science majors, including computer engineering and computer engineering-related majors, as well as students with no background in any of those disciplines.
The College of Science will have the most number of computer-systems and information scientists.
Clemson said in its announcement that its program will include both a master and doctoral degree.
The master’s is required for most jobs.
The doctoral degree is also required for jobs that require advanced degrees.
Clemson said it will also offer the program to non-degree holders.
“There are so many things you can do with the degree,” Dolan told reporters at the meeting.
“There’s an array.
There are some areas where it’s required and some areas that are optional.
It can be in the realm of research, it can be for your