Hello people, ive recently been on the search for colleges, and i am still not completely sure of my major. However, i have always been into computers, and am looking into computer information systems as a major. Now, i originally thought that computer science would be my choice, but i took a java programming class, and i disliked it and found it difficult and tedious. I found that computer science is heavily into the programming aspect, which i would not do well in. Computer information systems seems better for me, since it does not rely on programming nearly as much, but focuses on a mixing of business and computers. However, i am still investigating, and i am curious as to whether CIS relies on programming. Are there good computer careers that do not require programming experience? In the future, i was looking into working for companies such as microsoft or intel or whatever, with an emphasis on business, possibly working with developing new programs. My question is, would computer information systems be good for me? With CIS, could i get a future job in helping to create PC games/programs/hardware? Thanks; I am still not exactly sure what i want to do with computers, but im sure that many of you have experience that could be shared with me.