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CS degree from non ABET certified school.

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Hello. i have a couple questions. i am active duty Navy and currently pursuing a BS in Computer Science degree from Hawaii Pacific University. i am going to get my associates in CS first. i am doing this just in case i have to switch duty locations. i want to at least have some sort of degree and not just a bunch of credits that may or may not transfer. my first question is kinda irrelevant but i'm curious. does an associates in CS mean anything? will any employers even care about it? my next question is about a bachelors. is it a problem if you get a CS degree from a non-ABET accredited school? will employers shy away from graduates with non-ABET degrees or do they not care?

Don't get me started about those stupid light bulbs.
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