Higher Studies for computer science

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I have completed my B.E in Computer Science from VTU(India). I am planning to pursue my MS. As I'm not interested in technical aspects, which MS program would be appropriate? I do not wish to digress completely from the stream as well. Kindly suggest.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    As you are not interested in technical tit-bits, you can consider for programming languages / semantics Or graphics & vision. For more info, please navigate here: http://www.cse.iitd.ernet.in/index.php/2011-12-29-23-15-14/areas
    However, this is entirely your decision. Better consult with some good fellows who can suggest you.
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  • Kevin Beaver
    A Master's in Business Administration might be good. I studied engineering technology in my undergraduate program and then got the equivalent of a MBA with a technology focus for my master's. I have found that to be a great combination. It all depends on what you like to do and where you want to end up. Many people want to end up in management because that's "where the money is". That's not always true. Furthermore, based on what I've experienced in previous jobs and current stories from my friends and colleagues, I'm not convinced any extra money is worth the extra headaches (think adult day care and constant meetings). That said, a MBA or similar can really help you speak management speak and understand what's happening at the business level, even if you remain in a technical role.
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  • shila78
    I also agree with Subhendu Sen - still I suggest you that you must run your career with that what you love.
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