The world is full of amazing computer science programs.
And while many are ranked among the top programs in the country, the vast majority are ranked below average in terms of the quality of instruction, according to a recent study by The Huffington State.
According to the report, there are more than 2,300 computer science schools in the U.S. and more than 1,000 in the states.
The schools are ranked according to their “quality of instruction,” or how many hours of instruction they give each student, and how many students get in, according a study by the UAW and the National Council of Teachers of English.
But the rankings don’t include the schools’ “quality in funding,” which is determined by their “student retention,” according to the Huffington State report.
“Students at these schools tend to be underrepresented in the workforce, with only 10 percent of computer science students at top computer schools actually earning a bachelor’s degree,” the Huffington States report reads.
“These schools tend not to have the best academic reputation, with many claiming to be ‘poor performers,’ and with only one computer science degree awarded in each of the last 10 years.”
The Huffington States found that of the 1,002 computer science colleges surveyed, only nine are considered among the nation’s top 100, and only seven are ranked above average.
That leaves nearly 50 percent of the colleges rated below average, and the rest ranked in the middle.
The rankings are based on data from The National Center for Education Statistics, a consortium of researchers working to better understand the characteristics and outcomes of U. “Educational outcomes for students, teachers and administrators in the United States are among the most comprehensive in the developed world,” according the report.
“We have an obligation to all students and teachers to provide them with the knowledge, skills, and perspectives they need to succeed,” the report reads, “and to do so in an equitable manner.”
The top 10 universities in the nation are ranked by their student retention rate, according the Huffington Times.
And those are the top schools, according To The Huffington States: