ACM NDC Study
Survey of Non-doctoral-granting Academic Departments in Computing
The ACM NDC Study is the first-ever ACM-sponsored national survey of non-doctoral granting 4-year institutions in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Systems, Information Technology, and Software Engineering. The survey is adapted from the annual Taulbee Survey of Ph.D.-granting institutions conducted by the Computing Research Association (CRA) as well as SIGCSE-sponsored TauRUs surveys.
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