Stanford computer science students’ final exams prepare for graduation
Stanford computer scientists have begun their final exams in order to earn their degree, a source close to the matter has told ESPN.
The news comes just weeks after the university announced the final results of its Computer Science Graduate Program (CSGP) exam for computer science majors.
The first batch of computer science graduates have begun the first of the CSGP exam in March, while the final batch will begin this month.
The first batch is slated to finish in March and the final ones in May.
The Stanford Computer Science graduate program was launched in 2006 and has now expanded to offer four additional bachelor’s degrees.
The university’s CSGP program was initially designed to give CS majors the skills and knowledge necessary to prepare for graduate school in the field of computer vision, artificial intelligence, and computer networks.
The CSGP exams were first offered to computer science graduate students in 2014.
They are now being offered to all computer science undergraduate students.