College’s top computer-oriented courses, 2015

By GREG LUNG-PARKA | USA TODAY GREG LOONG-PAK, USA TODAY – In the last decade, college graduates have spent more time on computers than any other group of students.

But computer-related majors have also grown over time.

Today, about 80% of the majors in the U.S. require some form of computer science.

That compares with about 60% in 2001, and just 36% in 2005.

Computer science is now the second-most popular major after engineering.

It has grown by almost a third over the past 10 years to make up 15% of all majors.

It was the third-most-popular major in 2011 and by 2015, it was the fourth most popular.

The top three most popular computer science majors are computer science, engineering and information technology.

Computer Science Today There are more than 7,000 computer science degrees in the country, or about 5% of majors.

Computer engineering, which covers the fundamentals of computing, has been in decline for years.

Its share of the U to S computer science degree market dropped from 23% in 2000 to 16% in 2015.

The Computer Science Association of America has projected the number of computer engineering majors will decline from more than 6 million in 2020 to around 4 million in 2025.

But the Computer Science Institute expects the number to rise by a third in the next decade.

“The more computer science we do, the more we’re going to have to teach it, the less of a demand there will be for it,” said John K. Miller, the president of the institute.

“If you do a good job teaching computers, and if you do it well, you’re going of course get more students into the field.”

Computer Science has also become a popular majors for people with an interest in technology and the Internet.

Computer scientists have more than doubled their enrollment from 2011 to 2021, to about 1.5 million.

The number of students studying computer science in undergraduate programs is growing at a rapid rate, with a growing number of graduate programs as well.

There are about 11,000 undergraduate computer science programs in the United States.

The computer science program that has the highest enrollment, the National Institute for Mathematical and Information Sciences, is expected to grow to about 2 million students this year.

Computer programming courses have also risen in popularity over the years, but they’re still only about 20% of computer majors’ enrollment.

The main reason for this growth is that computer science courses are more popular in the 21st century, said Steve Fries, a computer science professor at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.

Students now need to have the skills and aptitude to design, write and maintain applications, said Fries.

“There is a growing demand for students who are able to create these applications,” he said.

Computer Engineering Today There were more than 5,000 engineering majors in 2011.

The most recent numbers show about 8,000 are in the pipeline.

“In general, computer science is the second most popular major in engineering and is growing rapidly,” said Brian C. Murguia, a professor of computer sciences at Michigan State University.

Mapping the Computer Engineering Major Trend In recent years, computer engineering has become more popular with students because it’s easier to learn, said Brian R. St. Louis, a principal research scientist at the Association for Computing Machinery.

“With computer engineering, the computer science curriculum focuses on the fundamentals and gives students the tools they need to learn how to design and build these applications.

The real challenge in computer engineering is to do the research, develop the algorithms, the tools and then have the software to run those applications,” said St.