I am wondering what's the deal with these two degrees. I've notice that in most job listings when they require a degree they'll indicate Computer Science. Now I know that an individual who has a CS degree in most cases is in Software Engineering and Programming. But when I see a CS degree requirement for a Networking position, I don't get it. Computer Infomation Systems would be more exceptable although most schools require a ton of business classes. So I'm just wondering if I should complete my degree in CS or CIS? I hate math with a passion so I leaning towards CIS but for the job market, with is better? I was looking at Excelisor's CIS degree and it seems to push heavily towards an actually CS degree. Any thoughts and/or suggestions? Natdog73 P.S. I do hold certifications but I also want to run a IS department for a large corporation someday. That's my long term goal and I don't think certs and/or experience alone will get me up there.