Computer and Information Sciences involves all the fields – web programming, mobile app development, database design, computer science, and information theory – that modern computer scientists use. So if you love programming or designing web applications, love the idea of working for leading edge companies in the Silicon Valley, or building the next great mobile app – this could be the right fit for you.
Engineered Truth has a good video on whether studying Computer Science may be a good field for you:
This article in Huffington Post gives you six reasons why you should study computer and information sciences:
Learning CS involves experimentation. You have to mess around with the code, really get into it. Sometimes it means that you’ll break something that was already working. But the great thing is that in return, you get to learn something new, sometimes something that isn’t even documented or fixed. This definitely happens to me at work everyday.