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Guide to Computer Science Degrees and Careers

For students interested in pursuing computer science education, this website offers an in-depth guide to degrees and careers.
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For students interested in pursuing computer science education, this website offers an in-depth guide to computer science degrees and careers. Resources include information about computer science degrees by subject and level, salary ranges, scholarships, internships and cutting-edge fields such as robotics, cloud computing and artificial intelligence.

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