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From: Daryl <dwalleck () satx rr com>
Date: Tue, 06 Apr 2004 09:37:33 -0500

    I believe questions similar to this have been asked before but my
version is a bit different. I'm currently a computer science major (not
too far along) who's always been interested in the security field. I
chose CS for a major since it was the closest thing. Recently my college
began to offer a full BA in Infrastructure Assurance, their version of a
security degree. My only worry is that the degree plan is rooted in the
school of Business and therefore requires a large core of business
classes and not as much technical work (a copy of the requirements can
be found here
http://business.utsa.edu/undergraduate/degrees/is/BBA_IA.pdf). At this
point I think I've thought the issue to death in my head and I could
really use some outside input. Any thoughts?

    Daryl Walleck

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