Wash. universities see quick rise in STEM majors

07/7/2013 | Seattle Times, The

Washington state lawmakers this year appropriated $18 million to boost engineering and computer science at three universities. Still, student demand for these majors is likely to outpace those dollars as some colleges report more than twice as many students pursuing these degrees as just a few years ago. Demand has increased so much that students are being turned away in some cases because schools do not have the needed space or resources.

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