The fastest developing field nowadays is computer science and information technology, we all know and see that. Computer science is the study of the theory, experimentation, and engineering that form the basis for the design and use of computers. (Wikipedia)
The term computer science is used by some institutions for all degrees in computers and technology. It can also be referred to IT degrees, though sometimes it’s distinguished and used as different specializations.
To study computer science a student needs to have interest and strong background in math. Although understanding of other sciences is always a big add on.
To succeed in the IT industry, one needs not just analytical and technical skills but also such skills as leadership, innovation and management.
- Software Engineer
- Project Manager
- Systems Analyst
- Application Developer
- Mobile App Developer
- Data Scientist
- Systems Administrator
- Database Manager
- Information Systems Manager
Up to you! The choice is yours. Do not forget about your passion and strengths.
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