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Computer Science VS Information Technology – Which is better in…?



Undecided Course: Computer Science VS Information Technology - Which is better in, Job opportunity, etc?
HI,
Im A Freshman ( Undergraduate ), 19 Years Old, From Middleast (Saudi Arabia ) Who Wants To Take Your Advice In Careers.
I Love Computers Very Much, But I Have A Problem In Deciding Which Field To Enter . .
Computer Science Or IT ?!?!
Its Really Killing Me Badly . .

I can get rid off from my mind thinking about which course should i choose.

Well I like Computer a lot ever since before. I like programming, animation, web developer/designer, game developer,animation, modeling. etc

The problem is my dreams are divided by two courses which are, IT and Computer Science.

Computer Science VS Information Technology - Which is better in:

1) Job opportunity
2) Which is easy
3) Dominant
4) etc (add your opinion here)

see below as your reference.

IT Career Path vs Computer science Career Path

Information Technology:
Career Path

* Applications Developer
* Systems Analyst
* Database Administrator
* Technical Support Specialist
* Database Analyst
* Information Security Specialist
* Network Administrator
* Web Administrator/Web Master
* Web Developer
* Network Specialist Information
* Technology Instructor
* Network Operations
* Analyst Researcher
* Information Security Administrator

Computer Science
Career Path

* Computer Scientist
* Applications Developer
* Systems and Software Engineer
* Database Programmer/Designer
* Software Developer
* Information Security Specialist
* Multimedia Authoring Specialist/Programmer
* Quality Assurance Specialist
* Computer Animation Experts
* Researcher Systems Developer
* Robotics Technology Specialist
* Computer Science Instructor
* Systems Analyst

Below are the Subjects of IT and Computer Science
5) What are the major and Minor Subjects of:

a) Information Technology:

Languages and Humanities – 36 credit units
Mathematics and Natural Sciences Technology – 32 credit units
Social Sciences and Communications – 15 credit units
Basic ITE Core Courses – 39 credit units
Miscellany – (16) credit units
Professional Courses – 42 credit units

* Computer Programming 2
* Object - Oriented Programming
* Database Management System 1
* Database Management System 2
* Principles of Operating Systems and its Applications
* Computer Programming 3 (Web Progg & Dev’t)
* System Analysis and Design
* Introduction to Software Engineering
* Multimedia Systems
* IT Practicum (minimum of 486 hours)
* IT Capstone Project (Technopreneurship)

b) Computer Science:

Languages and Humanities – 36 credit units
Mathematics and Natural Sciences Technology – 21 credit units
Social Sciences and Communications – 15 credit units
Basic ITE Core Courses – 33 credit units
Miscellany – (16) credit units
Professional Courses – 57 credit units

* Computer Programming 2
* Data Structures & Algorithm Analysis
* Object - Oriented Programming
* Algorithm Analysis and Design
* Database Management System 1
* Principles of Programming Languages with Compiler
* Automata and Formal Language Theory
* Logic Design & Digital Computer Circuits
* Computer Programming 3 (Web Progg & Dev’t)
* Modeling and Simulation
* Introduction to Software Engineering
* Principles of Operating Systems and its Applications
* CS Practicum (minimum: 162 hours)
* CS Thesis
* Research 1A

Source:
AMA university in Philippines.

http://www.amauniversity.edu.ph/courses....

Like Them Both, But I Wana Know Which One Would Be Better In The Future ( World Wide & Especially The Middleast; Saudi Arabia ) Position Wise And Financially .
Give Me Reasons Depending On Your Choice?
Anyway, Im Anxiously Waiting For Your Reply.
Thanks In Advance For Your Time . .

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One Response to “Computer Science VS Information Technology – Which is better in…?”

  1. Emily says:

    Talk to your adviser about what sort of jobs would best fit you and ask them if they know anyone in the field that you could shadow for a couple of days, pick a few jobs from IT and a few from computer science and shadow someone in that field. Then it will help you decide what you like better and what to do. In the mean time find some courses that fit into each program and take those so you won't get too far behind in your studies.

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