BIT Vs BCS
After a few years hiatus from being involved with computers, I am ready to get into the field and am working on getting the A+ certification since just about all the jobs I've been browsing require A+ and a lot even list MCSE (even if it will only lead to a help desk job for now, it seems I can't even get my foot in the door around here without an A+ certificate). I've always had the question on my mind over what is a better degree to hold: Bachelor's in Computer Science or Bachelor's in Information Technology? I currently have my Bachelor's in Information Technology and have an Associate's in Computer Science. I've noticed a lot of employers post that you must have a "Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or equivalent degree" and I have even been contacted by a few potential employers for phone interviews after they've read my resume with only my BIT and AA in CS listed (didn't get the positions since I didn't have the experience). What is really an equivalent degree that they're looking for? Would a BIT be sufficient, or are they looking for engineering and science degrees?