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Different degree areas in the computer field and the jobs those lead to?

I'm hoping I can get some opinions and information on the different areas within the field of computers and what types of jobs one would do with the different specializations. I know that there is computer science, programming, security, IT, and computer information systems. What are some others that I didn't list? What does each area entail and what types of jobs can you get for each specialization? I don't really like the idea of programming. I consider myself to be pretty proficient with computers but I have zero experience with coding and the things I've read about computer science and programming make me think those areas are just not for me. I guess I'm looking more for like a business side of computers or something not as focused on engineering and calculus and physics and building hardware and creating software. I'm definitely willing to learn some different coding and stuff but I don't think the engineering and programming stuff is what I would excel at. So what areas of the field should I research? Thanks for any insight you guys can offer.

Asked By: - 2/26/2012
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I will simplify this for you. There are two basic areas of study in Computers. #1 Programming #2 Everything Else... More
Answered By: Richard L - 2/26/2012
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