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I have thought about and I am really considering doing this program, it sounds great. I like computers, technology and I think I would like a career based on them. I was considering Computer Science but I also dont want to be a "heads down" programmer in front of the computer 24/7 which is why I think MIS is interesting because you get to explore the business side of it as well as the technical. I do realize that I may have to do mostly programming early on but eventually I would like to do more systems/business related things. Plus I hear CS degrees are more for people that want to be computer scientists, work with theory and have a strong aptitude for math (which I really do not)
If you have the degree, or are taking classes, do you like them? Has the degree been good for you, as far as getting a job and preparing you for the job? Any other info you can provide would be great. I have heard pretty good things about it and it seems like jobs are out there and will continue to be there.