Valentina wrote: ↑
06 Jul 2018 23:28
Sergunka спасибо. Может у кого-то там учатся дети? Вроде по всем параметрам target.
На самом деле почитайте в коледж конфиденшиалс там все заясняют правильно
https://talk.collegeconfidential.com/un ... stion.html
Оказывается в Мичигане та же схема что и в Беркли там чел очень толково заясняет
Letters & Sciences requires you to take more electives and language based courses that may not necessarily correspond with the CS courses. If the intent is to go towards the creative/artistic/visual side, then this may be the way to go as it offers some flexibility towards what kind of Arts/Science courses you can take in it. This may be beneficial for someone going into web design/ UI etc where not a lot of math/logic based computation is required. Certainly, when applying for jobs, the general connotation with an L&S CS degree is that you’re leaning towards designing, UI, interfaces, GUI, Game development, Tool development etc. People can certainly take advanced technical courses being in an L&S degree to prove otherwise but the connotation still remains in the market. A lot of Game Design majors are known to take this route …
Engineering on the other hand requires a bunch of technical knowledge. Basic physics, chemistry, math, some intro to engineering courses etc are needed. Choice of electives is fewer in this if you want to branch out but usually, the number of electives that are required to be taken outside the major is sufficient. This is the more technical choice: compilers, AI, image processing, OS, networks etc is what people concentrate in this. Math requirement is a little bit more here too. Companies do tend to look at what are the basic courses you’ve taken and what general theme you have in your CS electives when making their choice (as I’ve observed), so this is the way to go for hardcore CS concentrations.
It may be easier to get into one with respect to the other … I’m not certain on how hard it is to transfer once admitted in a particular college, so will not be able to say much on that.
Тест такой если дитю дать пояло в руки и оно не выколет себе глаз, то тогда в ЕЕ если без глаза или вообще дом подожгет то тогда в Letters & Sciences. С другой стороны если ты в ЕЕ то учится легче если в ЛС то там очень жесткая конкуренция.
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