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My Whole Computer Science Degree in 12 Minutes


The First Year of a Computer Science Degree (In 10 min)

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The first year of a Computer Science degree explained. This video was inspired by Jarvis Johnson and Devon Crawford. Make sure to subscribe if you are into CS !

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Computer Science Degree in 10 Minutes - Computer Science at ASU

I thought it'd be interesting to share with you guys all the classes I'm taking as a Computer Science student. The goal of this video is to show you guys what getting a Computer Science degree looks like at a school such as Arizona State University, a small liberal arts school that not many people have heard of.

As a Computer Science student, with professional software developer experience, I came up with this completely original idea to make these videos. Here are some YouTubers who I totally, didn't copy the idea off of:

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My Computer Science and Pre-Med Career in 10 Minutes

In college, I carried my over-ambition past freshman year by completing pre-med WHILE majoring in Computer Science. My college experience at Wellesley College was a whirlwind, full of late nights, existential crises, and multiple career highs and lows. Regardless of the struggles and possibly poor decisions, I made it out alright, with research experience as a pre-med, and an internship at Amazon as a CS major. See how I did it, and how you can too!

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My Whole Computer Engineering Degree in 11 Minutes!

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My Entire Computer Science Degree In 15 Minutes

A computer science degree can be difficult! That's why I've condensed my whole Computer Science degree into 15 minutes! OK, maybe that's an exaggeration, but I still have put here some of my favorite classes and what I learned.

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My Computer Science Degree in 20 minutes

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In this video I go through my computer science curriculum as an undergrad. I talk about my experiences taking computer science courses along with the grades I received for those courses.

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My Computer Science Degree in 10 Minutes

A video for everyone who's thinking about doing a degree in Computer Science and wondering what type of courses and content a typical CS degree contains.

I did a BSc degree in CS at KTH in Stockholm, Sweden.

This video was inspired by Devon Crawford's video 3 years of computer science in 8 minutes:

Another similar video is Jarvis Johnson's My Whole Computer Science Degree in 12 Minutes:

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Breaking Down My Computer Science Degree in 23 minutes

Learn what it takes to get a Computer Science degree and become a software developer. Understand the programming, data structures, and algorithms courses involved in a typical computer science college curriculum. In this video, I walk through my college educational experience, the technical class I took, and how I learned how to code.

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The Third Year of a Computer Science Degree (in 18 minutes) at Georgia Tech

I show off my third year (Junior) computer science classes at Georgia Tech.
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This course continues discrete math with proofs and graph theory related to computer science. Very hard class

2. CS 3600 - Introduction to Artificial Intelligence -
This course covers different approaches and algorithms in AI. Some topics include graph search, Markov decisions processes, reinforcement learning, bayes nets, and decision trees for machine learning.

3. CS 3451 - Introduction to Computer Graphics -
This course covers computer graphics. Some topics include displays, transformations, webgl, gpu programming and shading, texture mapping, ray tracing, texture maps, triangle meshes, user interface and curves and surfaces.

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This course covers topics related to robotics and ai. Some topics include SLAM, particle filters, kalman filtering, and potential fields

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Best Major for Entrepreneurs: Information Systems (or Computer Science)

Some schools call it computer information systems, business information systems or management information systems. Whatever you want to call it, it's one of the best majors for entrepreneurs. Though computer science is up there as well.

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My Entire Biology Degree in 13 Minutes | Dundee University Scotland

I've looked out my degree transcripts, so let's see what it took to get a degree in biology!

This is a list of every module it took to get a degree in immunology and cancer biology from Dundee Uni in four years... so buckle up!!

Hi, I'm Emma and I'm currently a PhD student. Today I thought it would be fun to take a trip down memory lane, resurrect some old embarrassing assignments and recount my time as an undergrad at University of Dundee in Scotland.

When I first moved to Dundee, I knew nobody in the city and I was pretty scared. Over the next 4 years I fell in love with some classes, dragged myself to the library on dark winter nights and made my wee home in this lovely riverside Scottish city.

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My Cyber Security Degree in 10 Minutes ( from a junior in college )


1st - I got this idea from Jarvis Johnson, check out his video My Whole Computer Science Degree in 12 Minutes :

he has tons of content on his perspective of this field + he worked in the field for a quite a bit of time, 10/10 would recommend :)

2nd - this is just an overview of my degree plan I haven't taken ALL of these courses, but I will be taking a majority of these while I finish my degree in the coming year and a half! :)

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A Computer Science Degree Simplified

Summarizing my 4-year computer science degree using beginner-friendly language and cinematic footage. Huge thanks to Skillshare for sponsoring, check out for a 2-month free trial of Skillshare Premium!

I stole the concept for this video from @Devon Crawford's “3 years of Computer Science in 8 minutes” ( and took inspiration from David Malan’s teaching style in his “Introduction to Computer Science course at Harvard ( Oh and I tried to edit like @Nathaniel Drew ^_^


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Best degree after High School is Computer Science

I wanted to make this video, to encourage kids already talented in High School to take Computer Science in college and not get distracted and take another degree. I believe what I tell in this video based on my life will encourage students not to make the mistake of giving up their passion for Computer Science based on misguided popular opinion.

How Do I Revise Computer Science?

Attempting to answer a question I get asked often: how should I approach revising Computer Science? Most advice is for general revision, but focussing on GCSE and A Level CS.

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My Computer Science Degree from IIT in 20 minutes

Timestamps - 1st Semester 00:56 2nd Semester - 03:30 3rdSemester - 05:05 4th Semester - 07:06 5th Semester - 09:08 6th Semester - 12:42 7th Semester - 15:23 8th Semester - 17:03 Bloopers - 19:00

This video sums up my computer science degree from IIT Roorkee (2014 - 2018). It is an in depth video with introduction to courses, my internships and research experience. Subjects include things like computer networks, DBMS, Operating Systems, Computer Graphics and more.
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Computer Science Major in 2020?

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Should you major in computer science for 2020, 2021, 2022? What you study in college can drastically change your career opportunities after you graduate and what fields you will be more likely to pursue. Throughout this video I try to give you an idea of what sort of classes you'll be taking as a computer science major (or programming related major). I also try to cover what the average new grad salary for a computer science major roughly looks like.

If you've recently taken AP computer science (or ap computer science principles), and you are wondering whether or not you should major in computer science, I give my experience with studying mathematics and computer science at UCSD for the past 3.5 years.

Whether you're interested in python and data science, artificial intelligence, pure software engineering, mathematical analysis, deep/machine learning or many others; majoring in computer science can teach you the principles and fundamentals to pursue any number of careers to make an impact on the tech world. So is it time to learn coding and major in cs?

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Computer science is the subject that studies what computers can do and investigates the best ways you can solve the problems of the world with them. It is a huge field overlapping pure mathematics, engineering and many other scientific disciplines. In this video I summarise as much of the subject as I can and show how the areas are related to each other.

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A couple of notes on this video:
1. Some people have commented that I should have included computer security alongside hacking, and I completely agree, that was an oversight on my part. Apologies to all the computer security professionals, and thanks for all the hard work!
2. I also failed to mention interpreters alongside compilers in the complier section. Again, I’m kicking myself because of course this is an important concept for people to hear about. Also the layers of languages being compiled to other languages is overly convoluted, in practice it is more simple than this. I guess I should have picked one simple example.
3. NP-complete problems are possible to solve, they just become very difficult to solve very quickly as they get bigger. When I said NP-complete and then impossible to solve, I meant that the large NP-complete problems that industry is interested in solving were thought to be practically impossible to solve.

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