MTALHAHASSAN2
  • MTALHAHASSAN2
Need your help!! computer science vs civil engineering which is harder?
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En
  • En
I'm a civil engineering student.. civil engineering is harder :/
IrishBoy123
  • IrishBoy123
pretty much anything that is worth doing is hard
MTALHAHASSAN2
  • MTALHAHASSAN2
What about computer science and accounting

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MTALHAHASSAN2
  • MTALHAHASSAN2
@En are you doing civil engineering can you plz tell me how is it hard because I am also looking to go for civil engineering but need ur advise.
En
  • En
well, for instance.. engineering requires full attention and time.. what is hard in civil is the time consuming plates . ( the floor plans and technical drawings, proposals and thesis.) while accounting is kind of fine, if you're in to it. computer science is a bit on memorization side because of all the codes you have to know for the program creation. thats it i guess :)
MTALHAHASSAN2
  • MTALHAHASSAN2
So which one would be the best one to choose
anonymous
  • anonymous
the one you are interested in
En
  • En
If you want less pressure, i guess. From hardest to okay... Civil=>Com Sci=>accontancy :) i to engineering coz i want to build house for my family :) I suggest you take what you like the most :) or what course has a high job acceptance rate.
En
  • En
*accountancy
IrishBoy123
  • IrishBoy123
you can become an accountant having studied just about anything. accountancy requires the most basic numeracy skills. i know plenty of accountants. engineering has maths and science, skills that are highly sought after, plus you have to be able to communicate. quite a package. plus you could end up doing something far more interesting than accountancy with your life.
Nnesha
  • Nnesha
;~;
mathmate
  • mathmate
@MTALHAHASSAN2 Do not fall in the trap of making your career choice based on easy or hard work. Think about whether you like what you're going to do, day-in, day-out, year after year. University is hard work in any discipline, but just for a few years. Your career could be for life (if you stick with it), for the next 30 or 40 years. The work of a civil engineer is interesting, has many aspects that could suit any personality, has a big responsibility for the budget, and the safety of the public, has a lot of room for creativity. It is a very rewarding career. Computer science is not just for programming, it can involve very satisfying and innovative projects that harness the power of the computer. Again, it has many aspects that suit all kinds of personality and talents. Programming is only part of the skills required, and does not require memorization, but a lot on logical thinking, and be able to understand the computer language. Computer science also requires a lot of updating of knowledge beyond university. If you're interested in the subject, you would automatically update yourself. Accounting might seem easy for some, probably because a lot of the academic requirements are more general and appears less demanding. It doesn't automatically make it an easy choice. To be successful, you need a professional qualification to practise as an accountant, and that's beyond the university education. As well said by @billj5, you do what interests you, go with your heart. If none interests you at this point, perhaps you need to find out more, either more about each career, or more career choices.

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