As one of the most distinguished institutions of higher learning, University of California Berkeley, or better known as Cal, sure has something to offer. An excellent faculty, educational opportunities, and close proximity to the California high-tech economy definitely have to be factored in. As the website states: “This close proximity to the latest and coolest technologies enlivens our curriculum, provides many research and summer job opportunities for our students, and makes this a very exciting place to study electrical engineering and computer sciences.” With two different undergraduate degrees from two different colleges (the Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences offered by the College of Engineering and the Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science from the College of Letters & Science) UC Berkeley stands out among other institutions. And if you want to further your education even more, EECS’s graduate programs are also among the best in the nation.
Northwestern Polytechnic University offers 2 Computer Science degree programs. It's a very small, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a large suburb. In 2020, 18 Computer Science students graduated with students earning 12 Master's degrees, and 6 Bachelor's degrees.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|University of California-Berkeley Berkeley, CA||23 : 1||42,327|
|University of San Francisco San Francisco, CA||22 : 1||10,068|
|San Francisco State University San Francisco, CA||33 : 1||27,349|
|California State University-East Bay Hayward, CA||43 : 1||16,253|
|Notre Dame de Namur University Belmont, CA||20 : 1||585|