what is the differnece between Information technology and computer science?
I want to know which one pays the most? and which one has the largest array of jobs that i can get if i get a degree in either one of them.
Asked By: Jeremy H - 8/2/2009
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It doesn't really matter. I got my degree in Structural Engineering and a minor in History and ended up being the CIO of a software company. If you want to be a programmer, lean towards CS I suppose. I've never cared when hiring either way.
Answered By: RonM - 8/2/2009
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No great difference between them.In Computer Science Syllabus Some electrical,hardware related subjects are included but in IT they included some communication papers instead of the above. Commonly both concentrate on Software languages..
Answered By: Padma Rajan B.Tech., - 8/3/2009
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