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?