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Either one is likely to cover similar basic content, pretty much (including an intro to programming, algorithms, data structures, discrete math, a programming languages survey, an assembly language course and intro to hardware architecture) plus additional courses (as resources allow) in database theory, networks, computer security, AI, natural language processing, etc.
@yikesyikesyikes is right. A major U is going to have more depth required and more depth available.
You can only take X number of classes while an undergrad
A lot of misinformation here. The education offered is not the same... For example, Amherst's CS curriculum more closely matches the CS minor than major at my school (Michigan).
It is unfair to not consider prerequisites to the major as major requirements.