I'm graduating from high school this year and I'm thinking about my future plans now. I see that most of the universities have computer science and computational science majors(or something like that). I think I know what are the differences. The computational science include more applied mathematics. But I wonder what are the career opportunities when finnishing computational science?
Which country are you looking to study in? in the UK I think it's common even for good universities not to be accredited - you don't come out as a registered software engineer (if that's what is meant by acredited here).
Most likely, it depends a lot more where you study than which of those courses you take. I majored in physics with a tiny amount of CS - just enough to get it listed in my degree title - but have had no problem getting job offers. Lots of the stuff you're taught is not "how to program" and often you may never use it after you enter work - so I'd try to avoid thinking "what jobs will each course prepare me for".
I can't speak positively about other countries. But here in the states, there is no such thing as a software engineer. The title software engineer does not refer to an actual engineer and (in some states) could even be prosecuted as illegal.