Posted by ashimasood on 03/16/12 10:39am
I wanted to get a clearer picture about specialization MSc courses.I completed my engineering in Computer Science in 2010 and currently iam working.I wanted to do a specialization in IT only and while browsing through the courses i came across some interesting courses which offer IT students to specialize in IT and Finance together.
I have applied for the following:-
Course content for all three are good and of my interest. Could anyone please provide me with some guidance as to what choice i should make when it comes to picking the course and the university.
Posted by Thomas Graf on 03/16/12 12:27pm
first of all, I think you did a great job far. You reflected what you want and narrowed down your options to a selection of schools and courses.
In my opinion this is a very good example of a structured approach to a school and program selection and you should eventually profit from a higher satisfaction than by an unstructured approach. Now, for your final steps to take your decision I suggest you this:
I am sure of you keep on investigating based on these two lead questions (career and gut feeling) you will find a decision.
By the way, for Warwick we offer the opportunity to send an email directly to the Master department. Just use the REQUEST INFO Button in the Warwick profile.
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