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get. Many will start as developers, some will stay developers, some will become software architects, some will specialize in QA/QCAs for which classes you have to take, I'm not sure I can be of much help, here in Quebec (and Canada in general) "Engineer" is a reserved title and your formation has to meet specific criteria some of which has to do with the amount of classes in different fields of science. For example, I had to take classes in physics, electricity, fluid's thermodynamics, economics, I would gladly provide you with my university's website address, but close to all the information there is in french . However, I found a neighboring anglophone university (20 minutes walk to be exact ) which has some descriptions of the program and the classes:

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I'm a graduating computer technician student and I want to pursue more of my career by achieving a degreeI enjoy programming, networking, desktop support or any troubleshooting as long as I'm working with a computer. I'm more capable on programming and I think I enjoy it more a little. But I'm afraid if I choose Comp. graduates are becoming less in the near future. If Comp. Engr., would I be stuck in computer repairs? BUT if the comp. engrs. do some programmings/networking, I think that would be my choiceI think it all depends on what you like the most. On a scale ranging from "hardware" to "software", computer eng. would be mostly on the hardware side, computer science would be mostly on the software side and software eng. would probably be the middle point and IT would sit between computer science and software eng. They all do a little programming I think, but amount of time they spend on such tasks will varyWhere I studied for my soft. eng. degree, we also had an IT program, but it isn't what most would call IT (sysadmin and the likes), it was more like an "applied science" branch of computer sciences. Most of the classes were multimedia or e commerce oriented. The multimedia part isn't the 3D Studio max stuff, it's information gathering, processing, analysis and display in a multimedia context (ex: voice recognition, text to speech, .)For most of these jobs you will spend close to Omega Grey Side Of The Moon Review

all your time behind a desk (the higher the degree, the bigger the desk ), but what you do behind it will vary. I personally think software engineering is widest discipline, but you will not be as specialized when you come out of school. However, if you like both hardware and software, you might want to try to find a degree specialized toward embedded software (something between soft. eng. and comp. eng.). I know my university had a post graduate program like that, but not for under graduate (maybe the electrical engineering with software specialization .)Make a few calls, ask questions, go meet people, some at universities could Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 45mm

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probably helpI think it all depends on what you like the most. On a scale ranging from "hardware" to "software", computer eng. would be mostly on the hardware side, computer science would be mostly on the software side and software eng. would probably be the middle point and IT would sit between computer science and software eng. They all do a little programming I think, but amount of time they spend on such tasks will varyWhere I studied for my soft. eng. degree, we also had an IT program, but it isn't what most would call IT (sysadmin and the likes), it was more like an "applied science" branch of computer sciences. Most of the classes were multimedia or e commerce oriented. The multimedia part isn't the 3D Studio max stuff, it's information gathering, processing, analysis and display in a multimedia context (ex: voice recognition, text to speech, .)For most of these jobs you will spend close to all your time behind a desk (the higher the degree, the bigger the desk ), but what you do behind it will vary. I personally think software engineering is widest discipline, but you will not be as specialized when you come out of school. However, if you like both hardware and software, you might want to try to find a degree specialized toward embedded software (something between soft. eng. and comp. eng.). I know my university had a post graduate program like that, but not for under graduate (maybe the electrical engineering with software specialization .)Make a few calls, ask questions, go meet people, some at universities could probably helpSoftware Engineer is exactly the job I want to be prepared to. While there was no people replying to this thread, I also browse universities' websites, asking people in other forums, searching, researching, etcAnd finally realizing which subject I enjoy and excel at. The subject where we make a system via object oriented programming/something and apply it in a program, I forgot the subject's name thoughSir, to be a Omega Seamaster Black Gold software engr., which course should I take? Comp Sci/IT/Other?

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