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what college is better for computer science major?

like which school and isn't that hard to get in with a ~3.9 gpa?

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Baljit’s Answer

Hi Shiying,
I noticed you are located in SF. There are many schools in that area that offer computer science courses. For example, there is SFSU (my personal knowledge is that administration is very helpful and work around what you require). Another one is Northwestern. There is also USFCA. You would have to talk to admissions about the GPA at each school- and 3.9 is pretty awesome.
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Shubhada’s Answer

Having a good GPA helps but today companies are looking for more than just reputed college and/or GPAs. Thus, from landing a job perspective it is more important to gain LOTS of hands-on coding experience, so would recommend internships and on-campus or off-campus jobs while your attending college no matter which college you choose that would help you sharpen your skills and prepare you for a career after your degree.
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Dean’s Answer

Hi Shiying! I am not very familiar with computer science majors and schools. However, I have a friend that just landed a great job in the computer science field and he attended Marist college in Poughkeepsie, NY. He received a bachelors degree in computer science from Marist. As far as I am concerned, you should not run in to many difficulties getting accepted with a 3.9 GPA. I hope this advice helps. Good luck and have a great day!
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