All Posts

Last update on .

Overall enrollment is currently up and introductory course enrollment is up as well. To read more stories about the Brown CS department's increasing enrollment click here.

Brown’s Department of Computer Science continues to grow as more students choose concentrations in computer science. This year, the department is predicted to graduate 232 undergraduates, which is a 38% increase from 2016. This growth trend can be seen the year before as well, with 168 students graduating in 2016 (a 28% increase from the previous record year). Brown University offers a wide range of concentrations in computer science, emphasizing the importance of interdisciplinary study.

 

Brown CS is predicted to graduate 232 undergraduates in Spring 2017:

Computer Science (Bachelor of Arts):  65

Computer Science (Bachelor of Science): 98

Computer Science- Economics (Bachelor of Arts): 5

Computer Science- Economics (Bachelor of Science): 30

Math- Computer Science: 8

Applied Math- Computer Science: 26

 

Brown CS graduated 168 undergraduates in Spring 2016:

Computer Science (Bachelor of Arts): 46

Computer Science (Bachelor of Science): 75

Computer Science- Economics (Bachelor of Arts): 5

Computer Science- Economics (Bachelor of Science): 4

Math- Computer Science: 11

Applied Math- Computer Science: 13

Computational Biology: 9

Combined Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science: 2

Combined Masters: 3

 

Brown CS graduated 131 undergraduates in Spring 2015:

Computer Science (Bachelor of Arts): 42

Computer Science (Bachelor of Science): 52

Computer Science- Economics (Bachelor of Arts): 3

Computer Science- Economics (Bachelor of Science): 6

Math- Computer Science: 5

Applied Math- Computer Science: 12

Computational Biology: 6

Combined Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science: 2

Math- Computer Science (Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science): 1

Combined Masters: 2

 

For more information, please click the link that follows to contact Brown CS Communications Outreach Specialist Jesse C. Polhemus.