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University of California, Merced
Computer Science and Engineering B.S.

The Computer Science and Engineering program at UC Merced is designed to provide students with both breadth and depth in the exciting and rapidly expanding fields of computer science and computer engineering. Computer scientists and engineers have the opportunity to work with advanced computer and information technologies that impact virtually every aspect of society. Computers have become a vital part of all industries including design and manufacturing; entertainment, communications, transportation, healthcare, scientific research, education at all levels, and public, private and governmental services. Our faculty has developed a program at UC Merced that combines practical exposure to the most modern technologies available with a theoretical foundation that will empower students to master future changes and innovation as technologies continue to evolve at an astonishing pace. Our graduates will thus have the tools and insights that will propel them to positions of responsibility and leadership across virtually any occupation. From introductory programming courses, through architecture design experiences, to research and team project activities, our students gain insights that will allow them to excel throughout their chosen career path.

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