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Alums discuss why you should study at USFCS!

Study at USFCS! (2 minute)


"I wish there had been an entrepreneurship emphasis like USF's when I was in computer science graduate school; my career has been a combination of just that: technology and management. I hope USF's MS students, particularly those taking the emphasis in entrepreneurship, will consider Adobe upon graduation."

Dr. Charles M. Geschke
co-founder and Chairman of the Board, Adobe Systems

"Today's business world demands both deep technical skills and expansive business acumen. Excellent USF CS graduates demonstrate both these traits and BEA looks forward to hiring more outstanding talent."

Alfred S. Chuang
Chairman, co-founder, CEO
BEA Systems