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Ok I am going to see an CIS advisor tommorrow at the university i am attending in the fall. I have been told that it is a good idea to also major or minor in computers when majoring in business. If so then what type of computer program should i major in? Should it be computer science, computer technology, information technology? I just dont know. When I go to see this advisor tommorrow I am not sure what to tell him and i dont wanna waste his time. any info will help. What computer degree is good and goes with Business?
 

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Ok I am going to see an CIS advisor tommorrow at the university i am attending in the fall. I have been told that it is a good idea to also major or minor in computers when majoring in business. If so then what type of computer program should i major in? Should it be computer science, computer technology, information technology? I just dont know. When I go to see this advisor tommorrow I am not sure what to tell him and i dont wanna waste his time. any info will help. What computer degree is good and goes with Business?
Information technology is probably the closest, but I don't think you could go wrong with any of them, really. But I always found CS more intellectually satisfying, if you are into that sort of thing that is :lol
 

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One possibility is to minor in a language. This would help you get a job in international business if you'd want it.
 

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We have an information systems major in our college of business, which im in. kind of the same as IT but IS is more using computer systems to run a business on top of stuff like programming and networking that IT guys do. So i dont really get how your major-system works..you'll have a BS in business and a BS in a computer major?

however that'd work, I think CS is the best. My brother was a CS major and always wishes he had more business classes to apply both concepts
 
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