Computer degrees are gaining in popularity.
The number of students taking them has tripled in the past decade.
Now, there are about 1.6 million US computer science degrees.
According to the National Center for Education Statistics, in 2015, there were about 1,400,000 computer science graduates in the United States.
The same year, the number of computer science bachelor’s degrees earned by students was 1.5 million.
The total number of graduates was about 3.5 billion.
Computer science is not a science, so the word “computer” doesn’t appear in the title of most computer courses.
The main focus of computer education is on using computers to solve problems, rather than to study the theoretical concepts behind the computers.
Students learn how to code programs, and get assignments to code a program.
This is called problem solving.
Computer programs, which are the computers that perform the tasks, are called software.
These programs are written in computer languages such as C++, Java, Python and C#.
The computer industry is also changing.
It is no longer possible to teach computers in school, and computers are becoming increasingly powerful, powerful enough to solve most problems.
Computer science is now a major career.
The U.S. economy has seen a dramatic increase in the number and complexity of software jobs over the past 20 years.
This means that computer science is growing in popularity in the U. S.
The number of American graduates of computer and information science degrees has doubled in the last decade, from about 1 million in 2000 to more than 1.2 million in 2020.
The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) predicts that computer and computer-related skills will be more important in the 21st century than any other occupation.
The AICPA predicts that about 30 percent of all new jobs in the next 10 years will require a computer or computer-based skillset.
This will create new jobs, new income, new opportunities, and new skills for the U,S. workforce.