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Scs vs school of engineering

jspence29jspence29 Registered User Posts: 42 Junior Member
I am just wondering. The master/phd schools are not uniform. I am interested in computer science, and there is a school of computer science for carnegie mellon, but for example the computer science master is in the school of engineering at stanford. Am I overlooking something, or are there just different graduate programs at different schools?
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Replies to: Scs vs school of engineering

  • RacinReaverRacinReaver Registered User Posts: 6,610 Senior Member
    Different schools arrange things differently. That's part of what makes different programs different. It lets them have a different philosophy on how the department should be run and what sort of focus it should have.
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