(Cos) Ofer’s Answer
At American universities, it's usually easy to change your major in your first or second year. Is that also true where you will study? If it is, then consider going to a university that has several programs you think you may be interested in, and start out taking some courses in each program. Then you will learn more about how they're the same, how they're different, and what will fit best for you.
The two may seem similar but are very different.
Computer Science (CS) is the study of computer design for computation, data processing, and systems control. If you like math & programming this is for you. Your job would probably be some variant of "Software Engineer"
Information Technology (IT) is more about using computer programs to solve business process. IT usually helps others to solve problems using computer programs. Jobs for this would be more like System/Network Administrator/Analyst/Engineer.
Hopefully you have a better understanding of the two and which one aligns with your interests.
This will depend on the career path you think will be the most interesting to you. If you want to write code for a living, the engineering degree is the best fit. Expect to focus heavily on math and programming, If you prefer a career in technical management, network engineering or systems administration, then the IT degree might be a better fit.
Information technology (IT) benefits the business to work more efficiently and to maximize productivity. Since computers are so widely used it is advantageous to pick Information technology.
If you wish to go into software study Computer engineering...if you want to be a hardware professional you can opt for computer information techology
In India, BE or BE with CS have got same preference and able to get into various platforms, software development, chip designing (VLSI), Programming, QA, Information security.
This is a difficult question, but you can go with Engineering In Information Technology. No business can be run without an IT engineers. IT engineers are backbone of a company. Please think logically before you choose a career path.
All the very best!
I would suggest to go for Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering Technology : Learn to apply the principles of computing technology, mathematics and networks to the creation of new computer products and procedures. Students gain practical skills, such as creating prototype circuits, conducting interface experiments and operating circuit design software.