Computing Curricula 2020 (CC2020) is a joint project launched by professional computing societies to examine the current curricular guidelines for academic degree programs in computing and provide a vision for the future of computing. The project has produced a draft report that is available for review from May 1, 2020 to June 15, 2020.

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Launched by professional computing societies

CC2020 is a joint international project that examines the current curricular guidelines of academic degree programs in computing and provides a vision for the future of computing. The purpose of CC2020 is to produce a comprehensive report and interactive website that compare/contrast, situate, and contextualize guidelines in the computing education landscape. CC2020 also helps programs prepare graduates both academically and professionally to meet the challenges in the 2020s.
“Higher education needs to reinvent itself to remain relevant to the next generation of tech jobs.”
Shahram Rahimi
Professor and Head
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Mississippi State University
Co-founder
Potentia Analytics