Computer science is essentially an expansion of Computing. Both will focus on broadly similar subject areas, however a Computer Science course will (or at least should) provide a deeper understanding of the theory behind the practical Computing applications. For example a Computing course will (in most cases) contain some programming element. This will likely include the Syntax and some limited Semantics of a given language. Whereas a Computer Science course will cover the same material but also focus on areas such as Encapsulation, Polymorphism, Design Methods and Design Patterns. In essence a Computing course will tell you what to do, a Computer Science course will tell you what to do and why to do it. Jimbobbery Not neccessarily. I have studied computing to HND level. I have used procedural and OOP techniques and have become familiar with encapsulation, polymorphism and all sorts of design principles like UML and SSADM. I think you are undermining Computing as a subject. They are 2 of the same, with computer science maybe slightly more weighted to theory rather than practice.
Scientific computing play crucial rules in any field. In modern era, data is growing and new method arising for grid computing or telecommunication etc. They method needs computing power. Then scientific computing comes and play important rule in computer science.http://www.csd.cs.cmu.edu/research/areas/scicomp/
IT - is largely concerned with business use of computer technology. Chose this if you have a business interest. CS/Computing - is largely concerned with the science side of computing. Chose this if you're mathematically adept. And don't forget Software Engineering - if your interest is programming then that's the one I'd recommend.
Bachelor of Computer Science is a type of bachelor's degree, usually awarded after three years of collegiate study in computer science. In general Computer Science degrees emphasize the mathematical and theoretical foundations of computing. A Bachelor of Computer Science degree is normally required in order to work in the field of software development. Both are better, and both are of 3 years. It just the name of degree, nothing much difference in which is better and not.
computer science and engineering branch is focusing on 1.Programming aspects 2.concentrates on mathematical aspects of computer engineering 3.Interested in exposing the preliminaries of computing and software development 4.Few aspects of computer networks Information Technology focuses on 1.more Electronic background of computing 2.more S/w development aspects 3.more communication aspects in short CSE-Literature of computing and networks IT-Literature of Communication
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