I don’t know which course should I choose for ms can u help me with that I’m from CSE and I want least coding course with high scope?

Asked by Prasanth P almost 2 years ago

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Danish Ali Khan

Danish Ali Khan

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In the IT industry, you can't completely avoid coding; here are some alternatives:

Network Security
System Administration
Hardware
Entsol (enterprise solution)
Testing
Data Analysis
AI
I believe you should at least learn HTML and CSS(if you haven’t yet), it’s very easy and nothing like Java, C, etc. If you want to pursue MS in the United States, you must be familiar with coding. You cannot avoid coding. Even if you work in Data Science, MIS, or Analytics, you will need to know how to code. I'd say you've clarified your purpose at the very least. It will not be difficult to cope if you understand the fundamentals. It will be enjoyable to learn. If you don't want to code at all, I would avoid MS in CS. Take a look at some other courses. In addition, each university will have a unique course structure. If you have any further questions just ask me.

 


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Abhiyudaya Chauhan

Abhiyudaya Chauhan

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For a computer science student looking to pursue an MS with minimal coding and high future relevance, here are some specialized programs to consider that align with current industry demands and future trends:

MS in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning: While it involves understanding algorithms, much of the work is conceptual and utilizes specialized tools that automate the coding process. The focus is on designing systems and understanding AI models.
MS in Data Science or Analytics: This field is incredibly versatile and high in demand across sectors. The coding involved often uses specific data analysis tools and languages like R or Python, which are generally considered more accessible than other programming languages.
MS in Management Information Systems (MIS): Combining business and IT, MIS focuses on how companies can use information systems to improve their operations. While it involves understanding technology, the coding requirement is less than that in traditional computer science roles.
MS in Cloud Computing: This field is about managing, configuring, and architecting cloud systems, which often require an understanding of platforms rather than new code development.
MS in Technology Management: If you are inclined towards leadership roles, this program prepares you to manage IT teams, projects, and innovations. The focus is more on strategic decision-making and less on coding.
When choosing a program, consider how each aligns with your career goals. Programs like Data Analytics and AI have broad applications and can lead to roles in various industries including finance, healthcare, tech, and more. Additionally, consider the faculty expertise, program curriculum, and partnership industries of the universities you are considering to ensure they align with your professional aspirations.

 


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