Why study Computer Science in Schiller?
In the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science students will learn the general synthesis of mathematics and statistics as well as computational and coding skills within a global context. They will acquire intercultural speaking and effective multicultural communication skills, critical thinking and problem-solving skills, and leadership and global citizenship to lead the change towards an ethical and sustainable world.
Computer Science Job Outlook 2020-2030*
- +22% Expected Growth
- 40,2K Projected Employment
- Career Areas: Governments, Computer Systems Design, Research and Development, Software publishers, and Education Institutions
* US Market. Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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Admission RequirementsThere is an application processing fee of $50 for our Tampa Campus or the Virtual Learning Environment, or EUR €50 for our Madrid, Paris and Heidelberg Campuses. You must hold an Official High School transcript indicating your date of graduation, or official GED transcript. You can also provide proof of completion of secondary education if you have studied outside of the United States or the American educational system. Examples may include the Abitur, Selectividad, Baccalauréat, International Baccalaureate (IB) “O” and “A”- level exam results. Proof of your English proficiency is required:
Admission DeadlineAugust, 18th 2023
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