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Need a good CS college in NYC area


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The university I currently attend has a very poor CS department (after the intro classes there are only around 5 or 6 people per class). Recently a few of the CS professors left, so the department is only going downhill from here. I am now looking to transfer to a school with a better CS department since I am a CS major. Does anyone know of any good CS universities in the NYC area?
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I'm a Pace alumni and while I was a accounting major, I had quite a few friends who were CS majors and they never had any complaints.

Hope that helps some.

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Thanks, I'll look into that

Anyone else have any suggestions??
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I know a few CS majors at Seton Hall, none seam to have any complaints. They also give you a computer.

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