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I'm very interested in technology. What are some good career choices.?

Ill be referring to this: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AptoB3y8XzJzu2y4Fv4pH.EM_dw4;_ylv=3?qid=20121231120707AAC1Sih I'm actually looking at 2 different college classes over the summer. One is software programing for android based smartphones. And the other is business management (MIS). The MIS class is at the university of Kentucky and the other is at Vanderbilt. Based on what you said Richard, it doesn't really matter if I go to Vanderbilt or MTSU? (Local college) Also regarding characteristics of good software programmers you gave me in one of my earlier questions, I found that I had bunch of them in common. I was actually surprised. I am by NO MEANS musically talented though. Haha I heard that setting a CS degree is pretty hard and that there is an easier degree. I apologize for not knowing the name. My question is, will I make less Money overall with the easier degree? I understand that some IT jobs make more money than others. Example: game developers make more than software programmers. I'm asuming the workload would be more for the game developer? Thanks for all the answers guys! I REALY apreciate it!

Asked By: Neil - 1/2/2013
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MIS (Management of Information Systems) major of classes can mean a couple of things. Some of these are geared towards non-Technical work as a manager. That type of work would be working on people, budgets, project planning, executive presentations, policies and procedures... More
Answered By: Richard L - 1/2/2013
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Answered By: John - 1/2/2013
 
I don't know what you consider "hard". A typical CS/CIS/CE degree involves at least 7-8 classes in mathematics and related subjects, 2 classes in chemistry (plus labs), 2 classes in physics (plus labs), at least 4-5 classes in programming (including design, algorithms, and advanced topics like operating systems) plus... More
Answered By: PoohBearPenguin - 1/2/2013
 
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