Which University is cheaper and THE best to pursue MS in computer science?That what's the average salary after completing there. Is it possible for a Mechanical Graduate to pursue MS in comp?Sci.?

Asked by Arvinth over 1 year ago

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Saumya Chadha

Saumya Chadha

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Yes, even though you are from a mechanical background, you can pursue a master's degree in computer science. You must complete some prerequisite courses in addition to your regular coursework. It is difficult for a civil engineer to master computer science; one must have a strong foundation in programming. You must have knowledge of undergraduate subjects to pursue a master's degree; otherwise, you will fail the exams. There are no subjects that civil engineering and computer science have in common (except basic programming). Some master's degree programmes are multidisciplinary in nature. You can try, but I believe your chances of admission are very slim. Here is a list of college that you can target:

National University
East Carolina University
University of West Florida
University of California, Irvine
University of Pennsylvania
Fitchburg State University
California State University, San Bernardino
University of Central Arkansas
Colorado State University
The University of Illinois at Chicago
The University of Texas at Dallas
The University of Arizona
If you have any further questions just ask me.



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