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A new MIT computer science minor program for computer science majors will focus on the intersection of computer science, mathematics and engineering, the university announced on Monday.
The major, titled Computer Science Major in the 21st Century, is the brainchild of computer scientist and MIT alumnus Alex Goosse, who is the director of MIT’s Computer Science Program.
Goosse created the program, which is a combination of the MIT computer engineering and math majors, as part of his doctoral thesis, and it will be offered through MIT’s department of computer engineering in the fall.
The program will also include courses on computer security and computer science.
The program will focus heavily on the impact of computing technologies on human societies, according to the university.
It will take four years to complete the program and take about 25 students, all of whom will complete the coursework in two semesters, according.
Students will also be required to complete a two-year master’s degree in computer science from MIT, which will be one of the most prestigious programs in the country.
Goals for the program are to expand computer science opportunities for the entire MIT community, and to prepare students to succeed in the world of computer sciences.
The MIT Computer Science Department is part of the Computer Science department of the University of Pennsylvania.
Goes major will be the first of its kind in the United States.
The department has seen its enrollment grow from 3,300 in 2012 to more than 13,000 students in 2019, according Google.
The announcement comes at a time when the number of computer scientists has increased by over 5,000 percent in the past decade.