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Started school

By supasick ·
its been a while since i posted but i just want you guys to know that i started school. I was going to major in computer science, the advisor she asked me whats my goal so i told her network administrator(i wasn't that sure) and she told me that i should switch my major to Computer information systems because C.S. is geared more from engineers and programmers...what do you guys think about that?

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I think

by santeewelding In reply to Started school

You had better keep your eyes open; accept nothing; question everything; if you know how to do any of that.

I don't expect that you do.

Meantime, elect remedial English with respect to, "I".

There is no remediation I know of with respect to, How You Are.

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If you're not that sure,

by boxfiddler Moderator In reply to Started school

I suggest Intro to everything computer and networking. Don't focus until you see where your interest and skill lay.
Get your Gen Ed out of the way, exploring the computer field while you do. If you're seeking a four to six year degree, you have time to explore. Do that.
Don't let others set your course for you.

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Agree...explore a bit

by JLuke24 In reply to If you're not that sure,

I agree with BOXFIDDLER. It is best to get your toes wet in a litte of this and a little of that.

I started with gen eds, then moved on to an AS in Network Engineering. Years later, I find myself working with PBX nodes, Networking and ADUC administration, along with Telecomm.

Just remember, most of us start at the bottom level (TIER 1) after college, no matter what the major. I would lean more on the CS. My opinion of course.

Good Luck in your decision whatever it may be!

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Would you be surprised to know

by santeewelding In reply to Agree...explore a bit

That there is back chatter with respect to supasick from Louisiana?

I, for one, expected your contribution -- most helpful, I add.

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