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#ActualsnowmanZOMG

Posted 22 December 2012 - 07:57 PM

Not trying to be a negative nancy here or anything, but I just wanted to say that the level of rigor and breadth of the program you've linked looks laughable.  Even the graduate level course selection is something I got at the undergrad level.  But, more importantly, I don't see a single mention of discrete mathematics, data structures, algorithms, or compilers.  Any CS degree worth their salt will have these courses.  Unless I've missed something, this seems much more of a vocational degree than anything else.

 

*Edit* I also don't recall seeing anything about computer architecture either.  Very important.


#1snowmanZOMG

Posted 22 December 2012 - 07:47 PM

Not trying to be a negative nancy here or anything, but I just wanted to say that the level of rigor and breadth of the program you've linked looks laughable.  Even the graduate level course selection is something I got at the undergrad level.  But, more importantly, I don't see a single mention of discrete mathematics, data structures, algorithms, or compilers.  Any CS degree worth their salt will have these courses.  Unless I've missed something, this seems much more of a vocational degree than anything else.


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