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- Clemson’s high-performance computing cluster was ranked No. 81 out of 500 top supercomputers in the world.
- According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 59 percent of job openings in science and engineering between 2004 and 2014 will be in computing.
- Our campus is ranked in the top 5 among U.S. public universities in supercomputing, according to Top500.org in Nov. 2013.
- You’ll have 24-hour access to school facilities such as workstations, graphics systems, virtual reality systems, network labs and computer clusters.
Students who take on the challenge of a Bachelor of Science in computer information systems know the importance of computer systems in both multinational and local business. From the home to the workplace to the local coffee shop, computers permeate nearly every minute and every aspect of our lives. At Clemson we embrace this, and our computing facilities are available to you 24/7 as you learn how to design and build software and discover new ways to use computers. A focus on business classes will expand your understanding of computer science and the business problem environment, which is key in preparing you for a job after graduation and advanced studies in areas of computer science.