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Information Systems Management BA / B.Sc.


Nesi Winter
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I decided that I wanted to study information systems management and I see that the colleges offer both BA and B.Sc., 

Besides that B.Sc is a scientific degree and there are more math courses during the degree, what is the difference between them?

How do the labor market look at the differences in the documents? Is there a different purpose for degrees? What more is needed if yes?

Thank you :)

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It does not matter what you call a sub-degree what you learn and where you learn.

Basically a college degree is considered much less described than university.

To answer you more specifically, give links to the tracks and list of courses.

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BA is a general bachelor's degree and B.Sc is a degree in engineering.

Most of the BA track is called Computer Science and B.Sc is called Software Engineering.

The two degrees will put you in the high-tech world and in particular IT systems management. However, the degree of engineer is more considered in working with foreign entities, and therefore there are businesses that prefer B.Sc.

 

As my friend said above, a university degree is always better but if you have previous experience and / or a conquering personality it is not necessary and sometimes a college degree is easier (not in terms of the material studied or the level of exams but because the body you study in is more flexible with everyday issues).

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