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What are the repercussions of doing a bachelor of information degree instead of a computer science degree? It seems rather programming originated in the course structure yet I feel for employment, it's considered lesser from the employers.

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    "Seems rather originated"

    You're tiptoeing around the fact you know it doesn't have nearly as much programming as comp sci.
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    @gorsamp The problem is I can basically make it entirely programming based with electives and such, majority of the classes overlaps with comp sci but I doubt it'll have much effect for the end goal. It'll always be information technology. Yet on a side note its basically impossible to do computer science because I didn't do the prerequisites.
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    @Dimmerworld it took me 7 years to graduate. I started as a physics major for 2 years, then went to community college to start comp sci, went to uni to finish the CS degree. Every step of the way they tried to say I needed more classes, this shit didn't transfer, you didn't turn other shit in on time, get the right electives, bla bla bla.

    If you want a comp sci degree, you will get one.
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