What kind of college degrees should I look into if I want to do Computer Programming?
I don't know if computer programming is what I want to do yet but what kind of qualifications would I need to be successful? Which degrees should I look into? Which languages would I need to learn (java, c++, etc)? Is there only a certain type of company that would hire me?
Asked By: The Next Guy - 7/20/2011
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You're looking at two likely options - a degree in Computer Science or a Computer Engineering with a software specialty. Those lead to a developer job most directly. The most important thing is to check your local college or university to see how they position it. Also check with them what qualifications you should... More
Answered By: Fowler Fan - 7/20/2011
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You'll want a information technology degree. That will cover everything computer related. Many companies look for their own programmers. I worked for an auto parts company that wrote it's own software.
Answered By: soaplakegirl - 7/20/2011
Or maybe you'll get Computer Science degree, it focuses on programming major in MATH.
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