Cs vs. CSE
Computer Science and Computer Software Engineering have some similarities, but for the most part they are different. Although both courses deal with computers in its entirety, computer science and computer software engineering tackle two very different aspects of computers. Computer science deals with studying and analyzing the algorithms and problems that are related to making the computer do its task. This involves knowing the details of how the computer, as well as knowing how the network works. Computer science aims at understanding the theories that make the computer function. At its basic level, computer science is about solving problems. A computer scientist therefore, must be a good analytical thinker. One must also have the dedication to press forward with something until a specific solution is found. Computer science needs the use of logic to evaluate solutions and revise strategies to get answers exactly right. Computer scientist should also have a lot of patience because finding an answer and the results can often take time. Computer Software Engineering on the other hand, applies the theories and principles of computer science and mathematical analysis to create, test, and evaluate the software application and systems that make computers work. Computers software engineering is mainly in the fields of electronics and deals with how the computer and its devices interact regardless of the software that is installed. It is up to the engineer to design and create devices that can actually communicate with the established hardware. Software engineer’s design and develop many types of software, including computer games, business application, operating systems and, network control systems. Digital logic, electronics, embedded systems, and algorithms are some of the things computer software engineers deal with. If you pursue computer science, you will be tasked to discover new and better ways in designing software or create your own...
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