What is the difference between the computer science course and the computer engineering course? How does a computer scientist differ from a computer engineer? Which one has more advantage? Which one is better?
I have about ten years of experience in telecom engineering hardware installation in central offices for Verizon. I want to start with a cisco CCNA cert but I don't know if I should go back and get a 2 or 4 yr computer science degree. I have a BS in Communications. You computer guys give me some guideance as to how to proceed. Thanks!
Can someone tell me te difference between computer science and a computer engineering major. Is it the same?
I'm 21 and I am going to community college for my general ed. I also work and am expecting a child in Nov. I really want to provide for my family and i am going to need to decide soon on what i'm going to do. I understand that good jobs are few and far in between nowadays and any suggestions on a good computer related field to jump into would be great. I don't want to make the mistake of ending up with a useless degree or wasting my time.
I'm a junior in high school and I think it would be cool to be one. Is it a really competitive job? Is it fun? Anymore information would also be appreciated. :)
I am fascinated in programming and coding. I would like it to become my future profession. Moreover, I consider jobs in the IT industry as easy to find. besides, generously paid too.
Now I need to chose a University to study in. There are lots of different majors offered such as Computer Engineering, Computer Science etc. I am so confused and lost in all those words. What is the right word for a major which I need to do? I want to write programms for computers.
Hi everyone, ever since I was a teenager everyone has been telling me to take up a degree that's got to do with Computers, such as IT, CE and CE. I took 2 years of Business Economics instead but it didn't really work because I had to stop and move to a different country. Now that I'm going back home, I figure that there's nothing better than finishing my studies...
I don't really know the difference, some say it's practically the same. Technology excites me. If I don't get one coding right, I pretty much spend most of my time fixing it. I just want a real knowledge about the two. A lot of math, I know. Can anyone specify what kind of math I'm going to be tackling with it most?
Computer science or Computer engineering?
Help me out please.
"such as IT, CS* and CE"
I am currently a freshman in college and I am majoring in Computer Engineering. I would like to know how much the starting pay is yearly and how much I will make as years go by. I also want to know what kind of jobs people get in the computer engineering field and what they do in those jobs. I really want to know what a computer engineer does on a daily basis at work.
Serious Answers only please.
Which is in demand now? Which is a more broad field of engineering?
All the jobs where they need people are in Information Technology and Computer Science, so I'm going back to school. I consider myself to be fairly computer literate, but there seems to be a bewildering array of courses and programs offered by various schools, and even more confusing lists of requirements for applicants of open IT positions. What degrees, classes, certifications, skills, programming languages, or what-have-you are the best worth taking?
Is software engineering a subset of computer engineering? I have also heard of other jobs like software architect, software developer, programmer, and computer scientist. What are those all about? Which one of these titles would video game developer fall under? I would want the ability to both design and create a concept, so which job would be best for me?
For my college admission, i have been offered IT and Computer Engineering. I want to know what avenues are available in each stream. what kind of jobs will i get in each.
I will start at a communiy college and plan to transfer to a csu so what are some classes I will be required to take and how difficult is it to major in computer science? Also what kind of jobs cab I get if I major in cs? Is it easier to transfer if I intend to major in cs?
Computer science designates the scientific and mathematical approach in information technology and its applications, notably computer software. A computer scientist is a scientist who specialises in the theory of computation. So, is a computer scientist knowledgeable about computer hardware? Does he know how hardware works? Can he make his own computer?
I am 18 and still deciding on what to do with my life?
I will really appreciate your help.
what's better between the two of them?
I am working in power electronics company as a UPS design Engineer, i would like to work in software and hardware combination.
If i majored in computer science what would i most likely be doing once i graduate career wise? what field do most people who major in computer science go in to once they are done? also is it a very time consuming major?
is it harder than a physcians assistant or nursing curriculum?
Can it really get you a job as like a game programmer for video games? I noticed in assist.org that you have to take C++ programming and C programming for this major and to transfer to that university. Having that said, with the knowledge of C and C++ programming can you also get a job as a game programmer? Please reply... I will really appreciate it! Thank you...
I want to make or help build computer applications or phone applications. Can i do that with this major? Computer science or engineering is not for me! what jobs could i do that are intersting in this major.?