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It's Never Too Late To Try CS, Enthusiastic Undergrads Tell Brown Classmates

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This year alone, 771 Brown students took introductory CS classes. The rest are probably asking themselves:

* What kinds of things can I do with a CS degree?
* Can I do CS without concentrating in it?
* Do I have to take a ton of math to do CS?
* WHAT IS COMPUTER SCIENCE, ANYWAY?
 
To answer these questions, some of our undergraduates who took non-traditional paths in computer science created It's Never Too Late, a panel party designed to share their experiences and answer the questions of prospective CS students. It was held on April 10 at 4 PM, and if you missed it, a video of the entire event is available here.
 
If you have any questions about taking a CS course, please contact Tom Doeppner, Director of Undergraduate Studies.