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The university has helped give birth to such heavyweight companies as Google, Yahoo and Sun Microsystems.
But psychology and business are the most popular majors at other Bay Area universities UC Santa Cruz, UC Davis, SJSU and CSU East Bay.
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The trend bodes well for the future of the valley and for companies around the world that seek to bolster their ranks of Stanford graduates.
For the first time in Stanford's history, computer science has become the most popular undergraduate major a milestone for a school conceived on a farm but now located in the holy land of technology. Engineering ranks third, with 250 students.
In the humanities' heyday of the mid 60s, more than 1 in 3 Stanford students majored in languages, literature, the arts, history, cultural studies, philosophy and religion. By 1995, only about 1 in 10 did and that number hasn't budged much ever since.
Computer science becomes Stanford's most popular major
"Stanford is the intellectual heart of Silicon Valley. Stanford students quickly come to understand that they should take at least one of the introductory computer science courses, which are very much part of the culture," said Eric Roberts, computer science professor.
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A similar phenomenon is seen at UC Berkeley, a historic hotbed of activism where the number of students majoring in Omega Seamaster 300 Chrono electrical engineering and computer sciences now far surpasses those in political science.
enough graduates to meet the demand," he said.
"The increasing number of (computer science) majors will mean both a larger talent pool for Silicon Valley companies to draw from as well as more potential startup activity coming out of Stanford's (computer science) program," Roberts said.
Some gifted Stanford students don't even stay to graduate. Ankit Gupta, for instance, co created the Pulse News Reader while at Stanford then left to raise $9 million in financing. His app has been downloaded 30 million times and the late Steve Jobs touted it.
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