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I'm sorry if I put this topic in the wrong section, I wasn't sure which one to put it in so I thought this might be the one that best fit.
I'm a senior in high school right now and I probably don't have to worry about this much yet, but most applications ask, so think I should think about it at least a little: what should I major in. I've narrowed it down to computer science or computer engineering, but I'm not sure which one more fits me and I'm not even exactly sure what the differences between them are. Not all schools offer both and many schools have different explanations for these majors.
I'm leaning towards computer science just merely because I have taken Computer Science class in high school but I'm very curious to know what computer engineering is.
So basically my questions are as follows:
1. What's the difference between comp sci and comp eng?
2. Which do you recommend?