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Computer Science

mdo118mdo118 Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
So I have my Associates in Arts and have changed my mind a lot over the past 2 years and think I've finally figured out what I want to major in.

I love computers and I can see myself exploring and learning more about them but I always end up talking myself out of making my love for computers into a career.

I'm alright in math and love solving puzzles (which I hear there's quite a bit of in CS) I'm planning on changing my major from business to CS this Fall.

I don't have a huge background in coding and was wondering if there was anyone else out there who jumped in without having a huge background in coding and how it turned out for them...
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