What is the difference between information technology and computer science engineering college degrees and which has a better scope?
Computer science or computing science (abbreviated CS) is the study of the theoretical foundations of information and computation and of practical techniques for their implementation and application in computer systems
Information Technology - this sometimes also goes by the names "Information Systems", "Systems Administration", or "Business Systems Information/Administration". This is a practical engineering field, concerned primarily with taking existing hardware and software components and designing a larger system to solve a particular business function. Here you learn about some basic information theory, applied mathematics theory, and things like network topology/design, database design, and the like. IT concerns itself with taking building blocks such as servers, operating systems, network switches, and software applications and creating a whole system to solve a problem (such as creating a sales order handling systems).
Computer Science - this is a theoretical field, with ...more
Private institutions accord various certificates and diplomas with some basic training.
But computer science engineering college accord degrees after proper systematic education.
College degrees are authorized and more preferable.