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Often times individuals can find themselves comparing software engineer and computer science. While these fields look similar initially, their differences become obvious quickly when some investigating is done. The most important question is: which profession is better in the long run?

Both software engineer and computer science, are involved with computer software, along with software development and other related fields. Those interested in a career centered on software development and computer technology often focus on one of two majors: computer science or software engineering (sometimes referred to as software development, but the two are not synonymous).

The primary difference is that computer science was originally a sub-branch of mathematics. Computer science deals with the basic structure of a computer and is more theoretical. Hence, it is more malleable in terms of specialization, with the emphasis on math and science. Software engineering is a field concerned with the application of engineering processes to the creation, maintenance, and design of software for a variety of different purposes. A software engineer designs customized applications per the requirements of an organization.

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