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Which better: Admitted UCM(Cs), UCR (Physics), SFSU (Cs), SJSU (Physics), CSUEB (CS), UCSC waitlist

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Replies to: Which better: Admitted UCM(Cs), UCR (Physics), SFSU (Cs), SJSU (Physics), CSUEB (CS), UCSC waitlist

  • GumbymomGumbymom Forum Champion UC Posts: 25,068 Forum Champion
    edited April 2017
    You realize that a Masters in CS is not necessary to get a good paying job in the industry? My son is a CS major set to graduate next year and does not plan to go to Grad school until he has worked a few years. Working would better define in which subject subject area he would need a Masters to advance his career.
    A Masters in Business Admin might be a better option depending upon his goals.
  • M1234shM1234sh Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
    I know the high pay to CS students/graduated, 80k ~120k++ .
    But Experiences from several ppl , once you work it's hard to go back to campus to study! And, master degree will be helpful to career life no matter CS BS or CS BA, hired and promoted in top companies.
    But who knows our children will go to graduate school or go to work 4 years later...
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