Programming, databases, networks—these subject areas are the bread and butter of the computer science self-control. But not each and every applicant enters a graduate application with this amount of fluency or a deep comprehending of the field—and which is also all right.
“We’re observing extra and additional persons who want to changeover from unique backgrounds,” states Craig Gotsman, dean of the Ying Wu University of Computing at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). “Some of them are STEM—like mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, civil engineering, biology, chemistry, all types of technical subjects, but not computer science—and some even coming from outside the STEM fields. We’ve