The University of Tennessee at Martin recently approved two new concentration areas for the Department of Computer Science. These changes will allow students majoring in computer science to focus on either data science or digital hardware and embedded systems beginning with the fall 2019 semester. These additions are designed to help fill growing student demand and industry needs in the field…
This announcement comes shortly after Core10, a fintech software development company based in Nashville, opened a location in downtown Martin to take advantage of graduates from the UT Martin program.
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Article and picture originally posted by UT Martin on Tuesday January 29th, 2019.