Dr. Sathya Narayanan Co-Authors Op-Ed
In this article, Narayanan discusses how the lack of expanded computer science programs at California State Universities (CSUs) can create a roadblock for K-12 programs that support student interest in computer science.
As more K-12 programs integrate computer science into their curricula, student interest in computer science continues to grow. Because of this increase in interest, CSUs are experiencing a surge in applications to computer science programs. The current computer science programs cannot support the growing student demand. As more students major, minor, or take courses in computer science, new applicants are denied entry into programs.
To learn more about this capacity concern, check out “California must build the capacity of its public universities to admit more computer science majors”.