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Old 08-06-2018, 09:32 PM   #4
carly4song
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SMU SIS' framework is still partially business, so you will be taking the business-related modules while learning some of the programming as well. SIT is known more for learning programming in depth, so I really hope you choose based on what you want to learn more. I get why you are in a dilemma as SMU itself has "better" recognition, but please remember what's even more important than the brand is what these universities are known for. SIT will def prepare you with more specialized aspect of software engineering/creating more specialized/complex app while SMU will prepare you more on application of these means you are provided with.

Sorry if it didn't help you much ://
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