I'm currently applying through clearing and I was originally going to apply for accounting and finance but I've been worried about finding it boring at uni. A part of me wants to do computer science but I feel like I'd enjoy a business related degree at the same time, is Business Information Technology a good degree to study? I know that employers regard some degrees as better than others of course but looking at the student satisfaction and graduate salaries, they're pretty average compered to acc&fin and CS. I would like a job in IT or a Business role when I graduate.
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Business Information Technology, any good? watch
- Thread Starter
- 22-07-2016 18:33
- 22-07-2016 22:41
It sounds to me like you need to take some time out in order to figure out exactly what floats your boat. You don't sound very convincing and seem to be stabbing in the dark. That said, if you want a job in IT or business, then I would imagine that a Business IT degree would hit the nail on the head. It is certainly something I wish I had considered but I didn't know what business was when I applied.