A growing number of U.S. schools are offering computer science degree programs, with more than 1,000 online offerings across the country.
A study released by the Center for College Access and Success at the University of Texas found that, for the first time, more than a quarter of students enrolled in a program at a state college or university had a computer science bachelor’s degree.
In comparison, about 20 percent of students in engineering schools had a bachelor’s in computer science, according to the study.
For the most part, the study found that computer science programs offered online have been popular among students, and that programs offered by more traditional, traditional schools tend to be popular.
Computer science is a subject that’s seen a surge in popularity in recent years.
“We see a lot of enthusiasm around it,” said Mark M. Hartman, president of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, a national accrediting body that oversees the accreditation of state universities.
Some states have adopted a “computer science” designation to recognize programs that offer computer-based programs and are accredited by the accreditors.
According to the accredited schools, computer science is also considered a subject with high demand, which could explain why some states have seen more demand for computer science education than others.
States have also seen a rise in enrollment, especially in the past two years.
A total of 5,834 students have taken a computer engineering degree at an accredited university since January 1, up from 5,932 in 2013, according the study, which was released in January.
Hartman said that students from a wide variety of backgrounds are choosing to study computer science.
Many of the students are interested in pursuing computer science in an undergraduate program, as opposed to a graduate program, and are choosing more traditional academic programs, such as in the arts, music, or engineering.
The study also found that students have become more selective in the types of courses they’re pursuing.
More than a third of the study participants said they were willing to take computer science courses online if offered by a traditional college, but just under a third said they would be willing to attend a traditional program if offered online.
Most students said they plan to transfer to a traditional school, and many also plan to pursue a master’s degree in computer engineering.
Some states, such the District of Columbia, are seeing more interest in offering computer engineering programs.
One of the reasons that states are seeing a jump in interest is that the number of students taking computer science classes has increased.
Last year, about 1,300 students enrolled at online computer science colleges, according to the Association of American Universities.
But the number is expected to increase by more than 3,000 students this year, according a recent report from the Association for Information Systems Management, a trade association that represents computer scientists.
Data from the accrediters indicates that online computer-science programs are growing in popularity.
There are now more than 9,600 computer science majors and graduate students in online programs, according an August study by the association.
As more students enroll in online classes, Hartman said he expects the number to grow in the future.
He said that while online programs may not be the perfect fit for all students, they’re becoming more popular, especially for students who don’t necessarily have the resources to take traditional classes in college.
However, the report suggests that students are not necessarily the only ones interested in studying computer science or in choosing the right school.
It also found there are some students who choose to study at an online school but don’t want to go to a university that offers a computer-specific program.
And there are also some students, like students from rural areas, who don`t have a choice about where to study.
Hartman noted that students who do choose to take a computer programming program are also taking more courses.
This is important for the future of education, because computer programming is a science, and there are a lot more students in the pipeline than there are in the population at large,” he said.
Students are also choosing more conventional academic programs.”
A lot of students are doing some online courses, but they’re doing a lot fewer of them,” Hartman added.
At the same time, Hartmann said that there are still a lot students who aren’t sure what their next step should be.
If we can educate more students, more of them can get a good computer-related education, and we’ll have more and more graduates who are working in this sector,” he continued. “
A good chunk of students still don’t know what they want to do next, so they’re looking for programs that have an online component,” he added.
“If we can educate more students, more of them can get a good computer-related education, and we’ll have more and more graduates who are working in this sector,” he continued.