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Consulting in software studies at the Open University


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I'm considering starting the OUI and have a few questions, I'd be happy if you answer me about them.

I do not really know what I'm supposed to learn, I like to write code and that's what I want to engage in, what am I supposed to learn in software engineering? Computer Science?

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OK thank you

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Can someone direct me and tell me what I'm looking for? What is it called? How long is school? Is there any demand in the market? Or any other information that might be of use to me? By the way, I did not do a psychometric exam and luckily, at the Open University, I do not need a psychometric exam, can it ruin my job?

Thanks

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Computer science or software engineering, it does not really matter. So much of the courses overlap. I think you'll go over the curriculum and choose the one with more courses you think you'll be interested in.

I have no experience but reading a lot about the subject (a degree in the field) I can say that the description from the open will not actually destroy you, it actually shows that you have a high level of self-learning ability (the Zionists play a role, yes?).

The degree should certainly be as difficult as any university, and includes high-level mathematics. You probably need very high self-discipline to succeed in it (which is true in any other university ...) and not spread it over 52463 years.

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In general, software engineering contains the required courses in computer science, and a large number of elective courses.

So, as they said, there is no critical difference at first, both of which you will have to do the same courses. The difference is the last year you have to do a final project (in software engineering) and some elective courses to complete the credits.

In general, a degree of Open University is considered as a degree, and can sometimes be appreciated because it requires a lot of self-discipline.

I study at the Open University in the course of software engineering,

From experience I can say that it is difficult but possible to learn alone.

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If you plan a single degree then I guess so, most of the great people who do computer science also take an additional degree, usually math or electrical engineering.

The average time for software engineering studies is 4 years and computer science time is 3 years. You of course can split it as you wish.

Open University Unlike other universities you can choose your own program.

For instance, you can do all the math courses in sequence and then the software and computer, although I do not specifically recommend it.

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You're a little confused here.

This is not about another degree, but about a two-circle degree. Commonly do computer science - math or computer science - business administration.

Even more common is to do only computer science, single-circle.

In my opinion, unnecessary software engineering over computer science because the extra year wastes time when you could already work in the industry, gain experience and earn money of course.

A bachelor's degree in computer science is definitely enough to fit into the field. Master's degree has limited demand and very specific areas.

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You're a little confused here.

This is not about another degree, but about a two-circle degree. Commonly do computer science - math or computer science - business administration.

Even more common is to do only computer science, single-circle.

In my opinion, unnecessary software engineering over computer science because the extra year wastes time when you could already work in the industry, gain experience and earn money of course.

A bachelor's degree in computer science is definitely enough to fit into the field. Master's degree has limited demand and very specific areas.

So your recommendation is to do only a bachelor's degree in computer science as a one-class?

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