BCS or BBA?
Which is more prolific, considering the current market?
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am doin bcs... but to answer ur question, i would recommend going for what u LIKE to do..
Well, if being employable is your main concern, either degree can get you a job if you choose the right major i.e., one that is in demand.
The nature of the job market today favours those who choose smart specializations. A number of universities here in Canada are offering joint or double degree programs in Business & Computer Science, which is a great way to set yourself apart from other graduates.
As a bit more of a big picture view, the current generation of graduates are predicted to have many different jobs and multiple careers over the course of their working life. The key to success (which includes happiness) is to choose a path that you are interested in and will keep you employed!
Right; you can go for what's popular in the market, or what you really want to do. Think about which choice you will least regret in the long run: would you rather bend your talents to the whims of the market and follow whatever's hot today, or will you focus on cultivating and developing your true passion into a productive, lifelong career, regardless of the present market?
Find a way to do both is my opinion! (for whatever that's worth)