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International GoEco summer internships.

Posted by Russell Abbott 02/10/2016 [Discuss]

Not specifically CS, but a way to see the world and do good at the same time.

 

 

Gain real-world experience with one of our 10 student internship opportunities abroad!

 

GoEco offers excellent internship opportunities for those who want to enhance their  résumé  for prospective employers. GoEco interns will have the chance to develop new skills and improve existing ones with a wildlife humanitarian or environmental placement abroad. 

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

WWW.GoEco.org

Metropolitan Water District - Spring Green Expo

Posted by Tricia Trejo 02/10/2016 [Discuss]

It’s that time of year again! The Metropolitan Water District will be hosting its 9th annual Spring Green Expo on April 28, 2016, and applications for the student project competition are now open until March 7th.  Please pass this message along to any students who are working on a sustainability related project and may be interested in applying.  This is an excellent opportunity for students to network with judges from Metropolitan’s Engineering and Water Resources Management groups and get publicity for their projects.  Details about the event and application process are included in the document attached.

TUTORING ASSISTANCE

Posted by Tricia Trejo 02/02/2016 [Discuss]

TUTORING ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE FOR THE FOLLOWING CLASSES ONLY:

CS 120, CS 122, CS 201, CS 202, CS 203

Monday 10am - 12pm  (E&T A310)
Tuesday 1pm - 6pm     (E&T A310 – 1-4, E&T A309 4-6 pm)
Thursday 1pm - 6pm    E&T A322 (CS Dept Office)
Friday 1pm - 5pm  (E&T A310)

Applying for Graduation

Posted by Tricia Trejo 01/13/2016 [Discuss]

GRADUATION IS NOT AUTOMATIC, YOU MUST FILE AN APPLICATION

Bachelor's Degree Filing Period for those graduating Summer 2016:  Jan 19-Feb 18th

Graduate Degree Filing Period for those graduating Spring 2016:  Jan 12 - Feb 4th

Please click the link for further information on application filing.

http://web.calstatela.edu/classschedule/pdf/winter_book/28GraduationInformationWinter2016.pdf

cs.calstatela.edu

Posted by Raj Pamula 09/27/2015 [Discuss]

Department of Computer Science

The Department of Computer Science offers a graduate (MS degree), an undergraduate (BS degree), and a blended (BS+MS degrees) programs of study. These degree programs have been designed to prepare qualified students for careers involving the design of computer systems and their application to science and industry. The programs are structured with a maximum of flexibility to insure that the student has the opportunity to direct his or her studies in the pursuit of the above stated goals. Read More

Department Vision

To be a pre-eminent computer science program that prepares students from diverse backgrounds for productive careers by providing them with a student-centered, practically-focused quality learning experience.

Department Mission

To graduate well educated computer scientists who are prepared to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing, increasingly complex world. Read More

The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org

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