Students at Harris-Stowe State University Can Take a Computer Science Course for Free

harris-stoweHarris-Stowe State University, the historically Black educational institution in St. Louis, Missouri, has signed an agreement with Washington University in St. Louis that will allow students at the HBCU to complete coursework in computer science at Washington University.

Under the agreement students at Harris-Stowe State will be able to take Computer Science 131 either on the Washington University campus or online. There will be no charge to Harris-Stowe students for taking the course.

Washington University hopes to attract Harris-Stowe students to its graduate programs.


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