Some still run. The more basic question is how he intended to make money selling a car with an airplane engine in it.
USA is where the Arts types are aware their degrees are second rate. Hence they are trying to eliminate the distinction.
99% of people with a BA in a technical subject got it because they couldn't hack the math the BS required. As I said there are exceptions; but the general rule remains.
Not all discrimination is bad. Racial discrimination is bad. As is discriminating on any irrelevant criteria.
But crackhead discrimination is just smart. BA discrimination is closer to crackhead discrimination then racial.
The only rigorous liberal arts school remaining is 'The University of Chicago'. The rest have bought into relativism and it's whole constellation of bullshit.
It was my experience that many dot Indians did 'team work' in class and didn't even think of it as cheating. Also many high caste Indians had low caste assistants.
One of the shittiest things about working for old school companies is pushing your managers salary up along with your own.
IF CS has the same math requirement for a BA and a BS it is the only science that does so. A BA in a science tell me you took the science, without any math or science.
It should be noted that math requirements for CS vary widely. Some places let them get by with calc for business majors, others make them take the full Engineering/hard science calc sequence.
The code form will be much terser _and_ more easily understood. Language is ambiguous so you must use lots of it to be completely clear.
Don't underestimate the value of diplomacy skills. Even if you only do Heinlein style diplomacy (nice doggy, finding rock).
'Arts and Sciences' is generally the program where both pure science and liberal arts are taught.
Liberal arts programs are generally not allowed to call their bullshit a BS, only a BA.
Apple ][ DOS is hardly a qualification. That stunk to heaven, even for the day. He should never be allowed to code again.
There are rare exceptions. In general a BA in a science means you took the 'baby' version of all classes. e.g. P chem without math or physics, calculus for business majors etc etc. Lots of hand waving and memorize and regurgitate. No understanding.
I won't hire a BA in a science for a technical position.
Assuming the liberal arts major has something on the ball, tech writer. If it's just an average liberal arts major then simply no.
At least they had a good time in college.
Every national government spies. Some are just better at it then others.
They spy on enemies and allies alike and always cast a wide net. Live in the real world; it's not pretty but it beets self delusion.