In college I studied an extended diploma in business, as well as a subsidiary in IT. obviously my major in business meant it would be easy to go to university and study law, marketing, accounting etc. But I can't stand business and I don't want to spend the next 3 years and possibly my entire life having anything to do with it.
What I want to know is whether it's a good choice. I mean, I will definitely enjoy the course because of its focus around computers. I loved my subsidiary course even though it was small because I got to work with computers all day. But will the transition be too much of a struggle for me? I've been told by the university and some friends the transition will be too difficult because I don't know about programming on any platform, or how to use simple programming. Surely the university wouldn't admit students to computer science courses based off of subjects "related" to IT like business and media if this was the case. Does anyone have knowledge or past experience with issues like this? Thanks for any help.
Switching from business to a computing science course?
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