Last semester, for the first time, Computer Science became the most commonly-chosen major at Brown University. The total number of students majoring in CS was 321, exceeding the second most popular major by more than a sixth. This semester, the margin is even greater: 440 students are majoring in CS, a quarter more than the next-highest selection. As another way to look at these numbers, more than one sixth of Brown students with declared majors picked computer science.
For more information, click the link that follows to contact Brown CS Communication Outreach Specialist Jesse C. Polhemus.