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    Hi,

    I'm intrigued to find out how many of you guys study a degree in computing combined with another subject. I've had not taken it into consideration before today, but after researching about it, I have been appealed by it.

    The courses that I have caught my eye are
    Accounting, Finance and Computer Science ( Lancaster )
    Computing and Accounting
    Computing and Law

    Although I enjoy computing, I do find it extremely frustrating at times therefore I believe having another aspect too the degree will be more enjoyable for me.

    Anyone done anything alike to these degrees, thoughts?
    Potential jobs?
    Opinions?

    Thanks
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    It depends on how far you're planning to go. A lot of Ph.D. students are finding that they have to collaborate with people from different disciplines (medicine, engineering, business), and I really think that the future is for people who straddle two or even three disciplines. I think it's a great idea.
 
 
 
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