|The Best College Engineering Program Ever? Are you serious?
||[Nov. 2nd, 2015|04:19 pm]
Phrembah (a potato-like mystery)
The College of Santa Fe, a 150 year-old La Sallean Catholic college, primarily a liberal arts school, offered a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science for a few short years before the college closed due to financial pressure on the Catholic church to bail out pedephile priests. Because the program was offered from a liberal arts church school perspective, the flavor of the insights provided the graduates of the program was unique and could never be duplicated by a regular engineering school. Sadly, not only is the program no longer offered, but the college itself has been absorbed into a secular art and film school (see Santa Fe University of Art and Design). This means that there will be no more graduates of the College of Santa Fe Computer Science Program. This, in turn, makes the existing graduates exceedingly valuable and highly sought after, "vintage graduates," if you will. Every year there will be fewer to choose from so companies are scrambling to hire their share before it's too late.
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