whats the difference between a Computer Tech and a Computer Engineer ?
whats the difference between both ? i mean, as far as im concerned a PC Tech is someone whos is self taught or has a high school diploma from a technical computer high school or has completed a course? and a computer engineer is someone who has a University diploma and is able to work at any company and make good money thats what i think the difference is does anyone agree with me ? -i was born Nov.12 1989
Asked By: King Ariel - 10/6/2008
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I take "Computer Tech" as being short for "Computer Technician" which is more of a technical support job. It can customer support, building systems, repairs & troubleshooting, software installations, network setups, etc... More
Answered By: R.F. - 10/6/2008
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A tech can swap out your motherboard, an engineer can design and build you a better one.
Answered By: suredo187 - 10/6/2008
i would think a computer tech would be someone who repairs and builds computers for a living while a computer engineer would be someone who designs a computer or computer peripheral. both professions would benefit from an assortment of computer related courses, and I'm not sure how your birth date is relevant.
Answered By: ontologicalparadox - 10/6/2008
In the computer industry job titles mean nothing ( ppl who work at a call center say they work in IT... More
Answered By: adr41n - 10/6/2008
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