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+ - Computer Engineering Vs. Computer Science 2

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Tordre writes "I am a student currently through working through my third year of Computer Engineering, I have been programming/learning about programing since middle school. I joined up into this course so one day I may work designing and developing video game. For the last two semesters I have been having problems with courses related to the analog electronic hardware, which are mandatory for my computer engineering program. This forces me to take time away from the stuff I find fun to learn about, to work to learn stuff I do not particularly care about. If I switch programs now I feel I can learn more about stuff I enjoy. So pretty much the question is "I am asking is this switch a wise one? Is the title of Engineer worth it for my career plans?" Any other suggestions would also be appreciated."

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