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If you are interested in computer science, you should take as
many computer, math, and science courses as possible; they provide
fundamental math and computer knowledge and teach analytical
thinking skills. Classes that focus on schematic drawing and
flowcharts are also very valuable. English and speech courses will
help you improve your communication skills, which are very
important to software designers who must make formal presentations
to management and clients. Also, many technical/vocational schools
offer programs in software programming and design. The qualities
developed by these classes, plus imagination and an ability to work
well under pressure, are key to success in software design.
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