Wall Street's Top Technology Schools

Capital markets executives reveal their favorite schools for hiring computer programming and engineering graduates.
June 04, 2012

Stanford University

Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, in Stanford, Calif., Stanford is a major research university in computer science and mathematics, as well as other areas. Stanford faculty and alumni have founded many prominent technology companies, including Cisco, Google, Hewlett-Packard, LinkedIn, Silicon Graphics, Sun Microsystems and Yahoo. Stanford's Computer Science Department (located in the School of Engineering) continues to be a leading institution for computer science research and education.

Degrees: The department of Computer Science offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs. A master's degree in computer science offers a choice of different specializations, including artificial intelligence, mobile and Internet computing, information management and analytics, security, software theory, and systems, among other areas. The school also offers a Ph.D. degree, as well as a quant degree, a Master of Science in Financial Mathematics.

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