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So im thinking of doing computer scince next year at collage. But where can it take me in life after education and what skill do i need to do it at a collage level?

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First of all, if you're going to 'collage' it is spelt college. Computer Science can essentially take you anywhere in the technological field because it covers such a wide range. I suggest taking a look here: http://www.sonoma.edu/career/majors/cs.shtml and here: http://www.searchbydegree.com/computer-science-career.html (this one has great detail.)
He might not speak very good English xD
I think you can do tons of cool stuff with Computer Science, like Programming, Development, even work in the videogame industry. DanielRoestorf posted some links with very useful stuff. Also, besides college education, you should try to engadge into projects envolving your main interests, so you can get extra experience and figure out what you're really into. Even if you work for free - in the end, it will be worth it.

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