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Undecided Course: Computer Science VS Information Technology - Which is better in, Job opportunity, etc? HI, Im A Freshman ( Undergraduate ), 19 Years Old, From Middleast (Saudi Arabia ) Who Wants To Take Your Advice In Careers. I Love Computers Very Much, But I Have A Problem In Deciding Which Field To Enter . . Computer Science Or IT ?!?! Its Really Killing Me Badly . . I can get rid off from my mind thinking about which course should i choose. Well I like Computer a lot ever since before. I like programming, animation, web developer/designer, game developer,animation, modeling. etc The problem is my dreams are divided by two courses which are, IT and Computer Science. Computer Science VS Information Technology - Which is better in: 1) Job opportunity 2) Which is easy 3) Dominant 4) etc (add your opinion here) see below as your reference. IT Career Path vs Computer science Career Path Information Technology: Career Path * Applications Developer * Systems Analyst * Database Administrator * Technical Support Specialist * Database Analyst * Information Security Specialist * Network Administrator * Web Administrator/Web Master * Web Developer * Network Specialist Information * Technology Instructor * Network Operations * Analyst Researcher * Information Security Administrator Computer Science Career Path * Computer Scientist * Applications Developer * Systems and Software Engineer * Database Programmer/Designer * Software Developer * Information Security Specialist * Multimedia Authoring Specialist/Programmer * Quality Assurance Specialist * Computer Animation Experts * Researcher Systems Developer * Robotics Technology Specialist * Computer Science Instructor * Systems Analyst Below are the Subjects of IT and Computer Science 5) What are the major and Minor Subjects of: a) Information Technology: Languages and Humanities – 36 credit units Mathematics and Natural Sciences Technology – 32 credit units Social Sciences and Communications – 15 credit units Basic ITE Core Courses – 39 credit units Miscellany – (16) credit units Professional Courses – 42 credit units * Computer Programming 2 * Object - Oriented Programming * Database Management System 1 * Database Management System 2 * Principles of Operating Systems and its Applications * Computer Programming 3 (Web Progg & Dev’t) * System Analysis and Design * Introduction to Software Engineering * Multimedia Systems * IT Practicum (minimum of 486 hours) * IT Capstone Project (Technopreneurship) b) Computer Science: Languages and Humanities – 36 credit units Mathematics and Natural Sciences Technology – 21 credit units Social Sciences and Communications – 15 credit units Basic ITE Core Courses – 33 credit units Miscellany – (16) credit units Professional Courses – 57 credit units * Computer Programming 2 * Data Structures & Algorithm Analysis * Object - Oriented Programming * Algorithm Analysis and Design * Database Management System 1 * Principles of Programming Languages with Compiler * Automata and Formal Language Theory * Logic Design & Digital Computer Circuits * Computer Programming 3 (Web Progg & Dev’t) * Modeling and Simulation * Introduction to Software Engineering * Principles of Operating Systems and its Applications * CS Practicum (minimum: 162 hours) * CS Thesis * Research 1A Source: AMA university in Philippines. http://www.amauniversity.edu.ph/courses.... Like Them Both, But I Wana Know Which One Would Be Better In The Future ( World Wide & Especially The Middleast; Saudi Arabia ) Position Wise And Financially . Give Me Reasons Depending On Your Choice? Anyway, Im Anxiously Waiting For Your Reply. Thanks In Advance For Your Time . .

Asked By: Crimson S - 10/28/2008
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Talk to your adviser about what sort of jobs would best fit you and ask them if they know anyone in the field that you could shadow for a couple of days, pick a few jobs from IT and a few from computer science and shadow someone in that field. Then it will help you decide what you like better and what to do. In the... More
Answered By: Emily - 10/28/2008
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