Wednesday, May 21, 2003

Computer Science Enrollments Down The New York Times is reporting that enrollments in university Computer Science departments are way down. The article attributes some of this decline to the collapse of the bubble. It is also noted that many computer-minded students are pursuing degrees in other fields, such as biotechnology and bioinformatics, where the job market is believed to be stronger. Dare I suggest they consider mathematics? The article is available here.


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