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    Member n00bius's Avatar
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    Formal IT education

    Hey I had a question, since i'm getting a bachelors in Computer Engineering Technology, I wanted to see if there were any places in the states that offered a decent/practical IT focused graduate degree. I was looking into UH since they have a masters in Technology for networking; but still continuing the search, any ideas?
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    Senior Member isildur's Avatar
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    MIT has an outstanding graduate degree program in Engineering and CS.
    Only trust Pipe-smoking Penguins.

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    If you can get in/have the money. Depends what state you are looking to take it in too?

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    If you're able, check out any given school's internship partners.
    Lots of grads get their first job via connections made interning.

    Just a thought...
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