Do I need a masters degree to be a computer engineer?
I really do not want to waste more time and money in graduate school, I just want to finish undergrad and get it over with. Do I really need a masters or phd to be a computer hardware engineer, or will a bachelors degree and some certificates do? What type of work can I do, and how will my salary look with just a bachelors degree?
Asked By: raye - 9/11/2010
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No, u need to get your foot in the door. Master's and PHD mean nothing because to be an engineer, you need to have the brains. Most of them learn on their own and on the job, not from school. Why would an engineer teach? All the real engineers are working for companies.
Answered By: JDoramaKing - 9/11/2010
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No. You don't need a Masters degree. You only need a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science to get started. If you hate studying or learning about it, this may not be the right field for you. Because it entails life long learning to keep up with the latest developments, new tools and methods... More
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