First, I apologize if I put this in wrong subforum.
Well, I'm 2nd year of Bachelor Programme in my faculty (or "university" if you like, I don't know the difference) and have chosen the Computing programme. Next year, hopefully (I screwed up a few courses and ended up repeating them) I'll get to pick between 3 modules (of 5): Software engineering, Computer engineering and Computer science.
I've looked at courses each of the modules have, but I'm still confused.
So, my question is:
What's the difference between Software engineer, Computer engineer and Computer science degrees?
To be honest, I don't really care which module I choose - I managed to choose a faculty which deals with the field I love (Computers) and am happy with it. Not to mention I'm trying to gain some additional skills not covered by faculty and have (or plan to) few projects to work on. What I'm interested in is what each of those degrees offers me as a potential employer.
Thanks for reading.