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Columbia University is a private research institute started in 1896. The fifth-oldest university in the United States, CU has achieved Ivy League status thanks to its standing amongst the elite. It is one of the more sought-after schools around, but it isn’t impossible to get in, provided your academics are more-than-decent, and you’ve done a fair share of some kind of research work. It ranks #8 according to U.S. News' 'Best Global Universities Ranking' list.
Computer Science majors at Columbia study an integrated curriculum,
partially in areas with an immediate relationship to the computer, such as programming languages, operating systems, and computer architecture, and partially in theoretical computer science and mathematics.
A broad range of upper-level courses is available in topics including artificial intelligence, natural language processing, computational complexity and the analysis of algorithms, computer communications, combinatorial methods, computer architecture etc.
Most graduates of the Computer Science Program at Columbia step directly into career positions in computer science with industry or government, or continue their education in graduate degree programs.
The core of the Computer Science curriculum for SEAS CS majors is built with the following eight courses. These courses provide the foundation for the tracks and the advanced courses.
Eligibility and Application Requirements
Standardized Tests -
Volunteer members of Columbia’s Alumni Representative Committee, in addition to select Student Interviewers, conduct interviews on behalf of Undergraduate Admissions.
Job Prospects and Placements for Computer Science at Columbia University
In addition to graduate study, our students have gone on to a variety of careers either within the computer industry or elsewhere. Generally, the majority of our graduates have found positions at established computer/software companies (e.g. Microsoft, Google), research labs (e.g. IBM), or Wall Street firms (e.g. Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs). Other graduates have found positions at smaller companies or startups (e.g. foursquare). A few students have gone on to work or study outside of the field of computer science, applying their knowledge of the discipline to another field such as business, medicine, or law.
Median starting salary for working graduates of Columbia College and Columbia Engineering - Undergrad is $70,000