The question is a contentious one for students of both fields.
And as technology becomes increasingly accessible, there is no doubt that students in the field of computer science will need to pick between the two.
But where one school is better equipped to cater to a specific market, the other will need a different approach.
As technology evolves, students will need more choices to choose from, and it’s a question that will play out over the next decade or so.
The top schools that cater to one segment of the market have already been established in the past, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
But there is a growing body of research that shows the differences in education between computer science and engineering are largely superficial.
The key to making the choice between a school and the one that best suits you, according the authors of this recent paper, is knowing what you want.
For example, while computer science is best for those who want to master basic concepts like how to program a computer, engineers are better equipped with the ability to design, develop, and test systems, the authors write.
It’s not clear that these skills are transferable, either.
Computer science is a field where the average student already has experience and skills that are transferrable from one area of expertise to another.
Computer engineering requires much more advanced skills.
Students need to develop a deep understanding of programming and the use of machine-readable computer code.
These skills are far more transferable than those that computer science students will acquire in computer science, and that is because the vast majority of computer scientists will have some form of engineering training as well.
The authors point out that in order to make the transition from computer science to engineering, students need to be well-rounded in both disciplines.
To get an idea of how different computer science degrees might look in terms of training and academic support, they compared the average salary of computer and engineering graduates in 2012, the most recent year for which data is available.
They found that the average engineering student was earning $54,000 more than the average computer science student in 2012.
That’s a lot of money.
The average salary for a student in computer engineering was $65,000.
Engineering students earned $64,000 while computer students earned only $62,000, the study found.
In contrast, the average salaries for engineering and computer science grads were roughly the same.
So if you want to learn about computer science in college, it’s best to choose a school that’s the most likely to have the resources you need.
But for students who want a more in-depth, hands-on experience in the area of engineering, computer science can be a better choice than a school focused on one specific skill set.
The best school to go to to learn how to design and develop a machine-to-machine network is the one with the most experience with those skills.
Computer Science for Engineering and Computer Science with a Focus on Design and Programming are also the two most popular computer science degree options in the U.S. They offer students a variety of programs that are all geared toward a specific skill-set, and each offers a strong focus on those skills, according an interview with the author of the study, Thomas J. Leibowitz.
Leibowitz is a professor at Northwestern University and co-author of the paper.
He and his team looked at the earnings data for a cohort of students who were either engineering majors or computer scientists.
They looked at whether students who went to the same school had different earnings by gender, by race, and by region.
They then compared those earnings to those for similar students who took a different program.
The study found that students who graduated from one of the two schools were significantly more likely to earn higher incomes in engineering than those who attended the other school.
So if students are interested in learning about engineering and software design, they should choose one that offers both an engineering curriculum and a computer science curriculum.
Computer and computer engineering programs both offer a strong emphasis on engineering-focused learning and are generally considered the best options for students looking to further their technical career.
The two schools are also both focused on the use and impact of artificial intelligence, and their student body tends to be more diverse than the student population in the other two schools.
If you’re looking to take a course in computer or computer engineering, you can also opt for a computer engineering degree and a science major.
Both of these schools are relatively inexpensive, and the programs offer a variety in the types of coursework and coursework content offered.