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Top School in Greenville, SC, for Computer Programming Degrees

Students interested in studying computer programming in Greenville, South Carolina, have only a few schools to choose from. Read about one top local school's degree programs, tuition and ranking info to find the right one for you.

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Within roughly 30 miles of Greenville, students can find three 4-year universities, one technical institute and one community college with programs related to computer programming. Based on the number of programs offered and national ranking, the following school is considered a top school for computer programming-related studies in Greenville:

  • Winner: Clemson University is a 4-year public college located in Clemson, South Carolina. It offers a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, a Master of Science in Computer Science and a Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science, all of which include computer programming courses.

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Category Clemson University
Rankings #8 in Up-and-Coming Schools (2014)**
Location Clemson, South Carolina
School Type 4-year, public
Undergraduate Tuition & Fees (2013-2014) $13,054 (in-state); $30,488 (out-of-state)*
Computer Science Degrees Offered Bachelor, Master, Doctorate
Undergraduate Graduation Rate (in 150% of normal degree time) for 2007 Entering Class 83%*
Noteworthy Students have 24-hour access to computer labs***

Source: *NCES College Navigator, **U.S. News & World Report, ***Clemson University

Clemson University

  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science program accredited by ABET
  • Computer science students can participate in paid summer research
  • School hosts a chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery

Home to 21,303 students as of 2013, Clemson is a research institute known for its personalized atmosphere. Clemson's College of Engineering and Science houses 12 departments, and students interested in programming-related studies can pursue undergraduate and graduate degrees in computer science.

The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science is a technical program that covers a wide variety of topics, such as assorted programming languages and mathematical principles. The Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science is a more liberal program - in addition to core computer science coursework, students learn a foreign language and select a minor.

The Master of Science in Computer Science focuses on core areas of translators and programming languages. Computer graphics and computer networks are also covered. A Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science is also available that emphasizes programming. Doctoral students take their own path to problem solving in computing innovation and computer programming. A comprehensive examination, dissertation proposal and dissertation defense must be passed.

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