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And if so what are some example of schools I could get into?
I'm currently a junior at Northeastern University in Boston
dual major BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering
I spent 6 months as a software engineer working for Motorola
and 1 year as a hardware engineer working for Intel.
I am working with a professor on a project this semester
and will have to still complete a senior capstone project next year.
Done a few extra curricular clubs, nothing too interesting.
Assume good GRE score. (Haven't taken it yet).
Other than that I don't have much. What are my chances of getting into a good graduate school for a MS in computer engineering or a PhD in EECS or similar? If I have decent chances what are examples of schools I could get into that have good computer engineering degrees.
Maybe my question is too broad because I'm a little overwhelmed at the moment. Should I even be considering graduate school? What do graduate schools look for?
I have only recently begun to consider graduate school so I wanted to have an idea of what schools I could get into. Thanks.