Software Development Degree?

My apologies if this is the wrong forum for posting this question. I have been searching for hours and have not found an adequate answer to my question.

I know that there are Computer Science programs and Software Engineering programs, but how does a Software Development degree compare to the other two? I know CS is a lot of theory and SE is a lot of engineering application methods. The Software Development curriculum looks more hands on programming and a ton of different programming classes.

How do employers view a Software Development degree when it doesn't have as many math and theory classes? Is this something frowned on or is it respected in the work place?
If you want to be a software engineer (rather than a scientist), then the practical, engineering skills are most valuable.
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