With its new $3.5 million “computer science education grant,” UC San Diego is making a significant impact on the careers of more than 1,000 students who are taking advantage of a new $6.7 million “college credit” program.
The $6 million will go to six “high-performing” UC San Francisco computer science programs, which are:The computer science degree program at UC San Marcos will be awarded to the student who takes at least one course in a course from the UC San Antonio computer science program, which will receive $2 million.
The computer science education award will go toward a computer science major and associate degree program in a UC San Carlos computer science course.
The university said it plans to use the $6,000 to provide financial aid for about 10 students who would otherwise not be able to attend the computer science class.
The San Francisco-based company is also working with several of its other major programs to increase the number of students with computer science degrees, which it hopes will increase the school’s enrollment.
The company said it expects to spend another $5 million on computer science courses this year.
“The Computer Science College Credit Program is the result of a collaborative effort between the San Francisco Department of Education and the UCs Computer Science Graduate School,” the company said in a statement.
“The College Credit program will provide more than $3 million in financial aid to more than 600 UC students each year.”UC San Diego’s computer science department is a leading institution in the field of computer science.
UC San Pablo and UC San Jose are two of the leading computer science schools in the United States.