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I'd say it's less what class you take and more what skills you have.

If you say you can use X programming language or Y framework, and you pass an interview you've got the job. It doesn't matter if X and Y were learned in a class or doing hobby projects. At the end of the day it's the same skill.

Most interviews for new grads are algorithms interviews, which requires some level of skill from an algorithms class, which is at most universities a third year class, which is why companies want people with a BS and not an AS.




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