Alternatives to Computer Science? Watch
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Last edited by Onyxus; 29-11-2013 at 21:36. Reason: obselete
- 16-08-2013 16:07
- 16-08-2013 17:10
Have you thought about degrees such at Information Technology Management for Business?
It is endorsed by a range of companies and the course if less mathematical than straight Computer Science.
Top universities such as UCL , Sheffield, Manchester and Loughborough offer this course amongst others.
- 16-08-2013 18:49
There are tonnes of computing degrees you could do that aren't computer science, eg:
- software engineering
- computer networks
- computer forensics
- atificial intelligence
- business it
- computer hardware engineering
Generally a lot of degrees in the computing sector are interchangeable and wouldn't massively hinder your career choices from choosing 'the wrong course'Last edited by iisjman07; 16-08-2013 at 18:50.
- 16-08-2013 23:08
Computer science isnt as maths heavy as you make it out to be. For most CS courses maths is not a requirement and if you achieved a B in A level maths you will have no problem with the maths aspect of the course. I think in my first year i only had 2/12 modules which were purely maths based and from then on no purely maths modules. Obviously maths is involved but nothing to hard so i wouldn't let it put you off.
- 17-08-2013 15:35
Just wondering if you knew the level of math's required for information technology?
- 17-08-2013 21:15