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CPSC 121 Lecture 28 March 20, 2009 Menu March 20, 2009 Topics: Set Theory (cont’d) Reading: Today: Epp 5.1 Next: Epp 5.2–5.3 Epp 7.1 Reminders: Look for Assignment 4 Final exam Friday, April 17, 7:00pm, SRC A READ the WebCT Vista course announcements board At a time of gloomy world economic news, here’s a bit of positive news for (potential) computer scientists, courtesy of the Computing Research Association (CRA) . News Item: Enrollment/Prospects for CPSC Majors The March 17, 2009, article, “Computer Science Majors Increase at Most Significant Rate Since Dot Com Boom,” is available at http://www.cra.org/govaffairs/blog/archives/000729.html • “Total enrollment by majors and pre-majors in computer science is up 6.2 percent per department over last year. If only majors are considered, the increase is 8.1 percent” • “The average number of new students per department majoring in computer science is up 9.5 percent over last year” • “According to the United States Department of Labor, computer science graduates on average earn 13 percent more than the average college graduate” • “According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, future job prospects for computer science graduates are higher
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