The second school is the better choice by far, you need to to learn to think in terms of algorithms and structures, and not just in terms of one language.
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Still, both schools seem to be teaching you just "fluffy little" languages. You need CORE languages like COBOL, FORTRAN, RPGII, programs that run on BIG IRON, manly programs with LINE NUMBERS and GOTO's, then son you'll be a REAL programmer....
You really can't call yourself a programmer until you have written a text editor in FORTRAN IV! ;-) ;-) ;-)
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Make sure you take some database stuff, though, I took operating system theory and compiler construction in college, not nearly as many jobs for that as for DB, although DB is as boring as hell in comparison.
Also every computer security class you can lay your hands on, security czars will have jobs for the foreseeable future.