What can I do with a computer science degree besides programming?

I know this is the programming section, but maybe some of you can answer this. I have a Bachelor's degree in computer science. What can I do that isn't strictly programming or software development (it can involve some programming, but not where 100% of your work is coding)? Also what can I do that's outside of the IT industry? And what would I need to have or learn besides my degree to get there?

Asked By: eternus - 7/18/2009
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There are lots of people with CS degrees that don't write code for a living... More
Answered By: Ratchetr - 7/18/2009
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game designer? professional game tester? a lot of game testers in blizzard and pro gamers started off programming
Answered By: Justin K - 7/18/2009
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Answered By: r\/f1o - 7/18/2009
Programming is design, not coding. ("Here's a problem to solve - design a computer program to do it." That's logic, not coding.) But you could also teach.
Answered By: Colanth - 7/18/2009
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