I am 32 and already have a degree in natural science. I work as a pharmacy tech and quite high up the ladder but looking at doing an IT related degree.
My two options are computing and IT or computing and IT with a second subject (business/maths/design/statistics)
I don't have an exact job in mind I would like to go into once finished, so was wondering if anyone would give pros and cons. My preference would be C&IT with business as I guess this would give a bit of insight into an important subject. I also like maths but haven't done any since A levels 14 years ago so I would have to do a lot of refreshing on all the various forms you don't use in day to day life. Design and statistics are a no no. The other option is just to go for the singe C&IT degree.
If I did the dual subject for IT I would start with a basic introduction to designing and building programs, year 2 would be OOP with java and python. year 3 would probably be mobile and cloud technologies.
Business side would be basic introduction ot business management, then year 2 business functions in context. year 3 business strategy.
Alternatively I would do a single C&IT degree aimed mainly at computer science and program design with mobile technology as well.
Many thanks for your help
Computing and IT with second subject
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