Upmc Information Technology is a program that gives students an opportunity to learn the basic skills of coding, web development and other technical skills through video lectures and interactive hands-on projects.
The program was created by an organization called the Internet Association.
In 2012, the association announced it would offer a $50,000 grant to the University of Southern California to create a $100,000 program to expand the program to a full-time degree program.
The association has since awarded over $5 million in grants to Southern California universities to expand their computer science programs, and has awarded another $5.5 million to Southern Cal to expand its computer science program.
The grant, called the College and Technology Innovation in Information Technology Program, aims to develop more students who can work with the digital economy and contribute to the advancement of the industry.
Upmc is a non-profit organization that works to empower students with a degree program through its courses and internship opportunities.
Upmc is funded through the Internet Investment Fund, an initiative of the U.S. Department of Education.
The $50 million is part of the $100 million initiative to expand college computer science education across the country, which is led by the Department of Energy.
The goal of the expansion is to bring computer science and related technology programs on par with those offered in high school, college and even university programs.
In 2016, Upmc was awarded $5,400 by the DOE to expand computer science classes in elementary schools in California and other states, to help ensure students get the skills they need to succeed in the global economy.
The U.C. Los Angeles campus, home to the California Institute of Technology, has a computer science major program.