As a Computer Science and Astronomy student, you’ll study space, time, and the origins of life in our universe. You’ll use supercomputers, work with computer models of black holes and galaxy clusters, and mine large datasets. Upon graduation, you’ll apply the knowledge you gain to challenges like:
You’ll study, analyze, and test the boundaries of our current hardware and software to make new advances in our technology and our universe. If you like galaxies, black holes, the lives and deaths of stars, and planets, this major may be right for you.
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3.9 years to degree
96% freshman retention rate
72% four-year graduation rate
85% six-year graduation rate