Which computer science major is the most promising in 2020?
The number of computer science majors graduating each year is expected to increase by more than 30% by 2020, according to a new report from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
The NSF report, which is being released Thursday, also suggests that the number of graduates will rise to 3.8 million by 2020.
That’s up from 3.5 million last year, which was a notable drop.
The biggest gainers are computer science departments at colleges and universities that already have large numbers of computer scientists.
That means those departments will be able to add more students in the future.
Computer science departments will also benefit from increased demand.
The new report predicts that by 2020 the number, percentage, and total number of new students entering computer science programs will grow from 11.1% to 12.6%.
That’s an increase of almost 30%, which is up from just over 10% last year.
Among the major reasons why this is happening is that there are more and more students choosing to pursue a degree in computer science.
“Computer science is a top choice for graduates of colleges and the majority of these students are computer scientists,” said Daniel Lichtman, chief executive officer of the National Association of Computing Science Graduate Schools.
“The increase in computer scientists is due to more students and their families choosing a bachelor’s degree in this area.”
Computer science majors are often seen as the gateway to a career in computer programming and artificial intelligence.
According to the National Center for Educational Statistics, computer science has been ranked the number one choice for students by the U.S. Department of Education since the mid-1980s.
It is also the number 1 choice for people with a high school diploma or GED.
Students in the United States are the fastest-growing demographic of computer programmers.
Computer programs are often used to solve real-world problems.
The number has grown by more to almost 40% since 1980.
The largest growth came from high school, with an increase from 17% to 20%.
Computer science programs also have become more popular in other countries.
This means computer scientists are likely to see a rise in the number who choose a degree, which means they will be the fastest growing group of students entering the field.
Computer scientists are also likely to be more likely to choose computer science fields that focus on data-driven engineering, computational modeling, machine learning, or artificial intelligence and robotics.
More than half of all the computer science degrees earned by Americans in the 2020-2021 academic year were in the field of artificial intelligence, according the National Research Council.
Computer scientists are the first group to have higher percentage growth than all the other students in computer engineering, computer modeling, and computer science since 1990.
In 2019, computer engineering and computer modeling accounted for more than 20% of all computer science students, followed by computer science and mathematics (19%).
Computer programming was second in terms of percentage growth.
In 2019, the percentage of students in that field had increased from 11% to 13%.
Computer programs are expected to account for the majority, if not all, of the growth in computer programs, according Lichtmann.
At this point, computer programs are the second most popular field for computer science graduates after engineering.
Engineering programs are also expected to continue to grow, as more and a greater percentage of people choose computer engineering as their major.
Although the report says that computer science is the second largest field, it doesn’t necessarily mean that the other two are.
Computer engineering has a higher percentage of graduates who majored in computer systems engineering, which has grown from 19% to 21% since 2010.
However, computer systems has grown less than computer engineering in terms in the percentage increase in the overall number of students who majors in computer fields.
There were 3.3 million computer science undergraduates in 2020, a 6.6% increase from last year’s 3.2 million.
The overall number is expected only to increase from 3 million to 3,935,000 by 2020 and to 2.8 billion by 2030.
Overall, computer programming, computer system design, and systems engineering accounts for more graduates than engineering, the report said.
Programs in machine learning and computer vision are expected not to see much growth in their number of undergraduates this year, but will grow.
That said, there is also good news for students who are studying computer science to become engineers.
Computer programming and machine learning are expected only in the top five percent of engineering majors, according NCSF.
These three fields combined accounted for nearly 23% of the total engineering students entering a bachelor of science degree in 2020.