Originally Posted by xtremezx2
I think you'll do fine in school, you have a big head start over a lot of people going into a computer related degree. I've seen people start a computer science degree that were lucky they could turn on a computer.
Probably helps that I already have an Associates in Computer Information Systems
. Unfortunately, that degree was based mostly on user-support, and management, as well as a little bit of security. So, I had minimal exposure to programming.
I'm just trying to get well rounded now, I think that I have a very good basis with user support (software and hardware), networking, and security. However, now I would like to get into programming, as its the largest aspects of Computers that I feel I do not know enough about.