Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences

The Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences, also known as the School of ICS or equally informally as the Bren School, is an academic unit of University of California, Irvine (UCI), and the only dedicated school of computer science in the University of California system. Consisting of over a thousand students and members, the school maintains three buildings in the South-East artery of UCI's undergraduate campus, and maintains student body and research affiliations throughout UCI.

ICS consists of three departments: Computer Science, Informatics, and Statistics. The combined groupings focus the school around the fields of computing and processing of information. The departments confer eight undergraduate, eleven masters, and seven doctoral degrees in total, with some degree programs cooperating with affiliated schools.

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Donald Bren School Of Information And Computer Sciences - Associated Bodies - Student Organizations
... The ICS Student Council is the official student government of the school ... event of the year, ICS Day, and also is involved in Corporate Outreach for the school. 16) of students from the school of ICS or outstanding applicants, based upon an essay, community participation, and academic interest ...

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