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Business Intelligence Solutions: Make Smarter Business Decisions | Kogent Corporation "Race" in College Admission FAQ & Discussion 9 [Moderator's note: This thread has been superseded by a newer FAQ and discussion thread, in which you are all invited to participate. Accordingly, this thread will be closed to further posts.] Ethnic Self-Identification Is Optional for College Admission Students are often puzzled about how to respond to questions on college applications about race or ethnicity. U.S. makes clear that self-identifying ethnicity is OPTIONAL for students in higher education. That self-identifying by ethnicity is optional has long been clear on the Common Application, which more than 450 colleges (for example Harvard, Carleton, the University of Michigan, the University of North Carolina, and the University of Virginia) use as their main or sole application form. 1. which various colleges, including Harvard, accept.

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Home : The Gulf Coast Consortia National University • Master of Science Computer Science Lead Faculty: Dr. Pradip Peter Dey The Master of Science in Computer Science (MSCS) program at National University provides students with a solid foundation, in the fundamental knowledge and skills of software engineering, database theory and design and cloud computing, exposing them to best practice methodologies using a variety of tools and techniques required for solving real world problems and to be of immediate benefit to the computing industry. National University s MSCS program not only prepares students in the theoretical and practical aspects of solving complex computing problems but also it develops other essential communication skills. Specializations After acquisition of common fundamental concepts, students select one of the following three specializations in order to concentrate on specialized knowledge and skills in one of the advanced areas: (1) Advanced Computing, (2) Software Engineering, and (3) Database Engineering. Integration Career Tracks Admission Requirements

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