The difference between Information Technology and Computer Science

June 18, 2019

Pursuing a degree in Information Technology (IT) or Computer Science may be a good idea for your future career.

But which degree should you pursue—IT or Computer Science? It all depends on your personal interests and abilities, according to Dr. David Chrisman, PhD, core faculty in Capella’s School of Business, Technology, and Health Care Administration.

Learn more about earning anInformation Technology degree or certificatefrom Capella University.

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