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- 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.
- Clemson offers 24-hour access to multiple computer labs and computing facilities.
- TOP500.org ranked Clemson’s Palmetto Cluster No. 5 among university-owned supercomputers in the U.S. in June 2013.
- We offer a minor in digital production arts for animation and game design.
Ranked one of the top-10 supercomputing campuses in the country, Clemson offers computer science majors a unique opportunity to collaborate with computing specialists and faculty. As technology continues to advance rapidly, job offers in computing professions remain very high. From the classroom to the lab, your studies and research will prepare you for a career in software development, computer system support, the entertainment industry, government agencies or the IT department that exists in every medium to large company. We offer both a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Arts in computer science. The Bachelor of Science is a technically oriented degree for students interested in software development for basic computer science, scientific and engineering applications. The Bachelor of Arts is a liberal arts degree that provides you with the maximum flexibility in designing a program that supports your interests while also providing a firm foundation in computer science.