Habibuniversity Posted January 26 Report Share Posted January 26 While their many similarities, computer science and information technology (IT) are two separate fields of study. Computer science is generally used to describe the creation of computers and computer applications. On the other side, information technology refers to the management and troubleshooting of those computers, together with their networks, systems, and databases. So, while a career in computer science may involve developing software, designing websites, or gathering data on website visitors, a career in IT may involve making sure computers are secure and functional. Information technology and computer science frequently overlap. The knowledge of computer science principles is sometimes necessary for employment in the IT industry, and becoming a programmer entails doing duties that are seen as more IT-related. And occasionally jobs Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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