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Q: Job outlook and salery projection ( No Answer,   0 Comments )
Subject: Job outlook and salery projection
Category: Reference, Education and News > Job and Careers
Asked by: ikny-ga
List Price: $50.00
Posted: 06 May 2006 06:40 PDT
Expires: 06 May 2006 06:47 PDT
Question ID: 726035
I have the following choices for graduate school.
1. Master of Science
Quantitative Software Engineering
- Fundamentals of Quantitative Software Engineering 
- Software Cost Estimation and Metrics 
- Software Requirements Acquisition and Analysis 
- Software Architecture and Component-based Design 
- Software Testing and Quality Assurance 
- Engineering of Large Software Systems 
- Software Reliability Engineering 
- Elective I 
- Elective II 
- Elective III 
2. Master of Engineering
Computer Engineering
Concentration: Engineered Software Systems (Software Engineering).
- Applied Data Structures & Algorithms
- Principles of Multimedia Compression
- Image Processing & Computer Vision
- Design & Analysis of Network Systems
- Introduction to VLSI Systems Design
- Fundamentals of Quantitative Software Engineering I
- Database Management Systems I
- Introduction to Operating Systems

Option #2 has a more technical coursework than #1.

1. Which of these options is a better career choice from a global perspective? 
2. What are the salary projections for both options in a 10 year time
frame from a global perspective in US$?
3. What are the salary projections for both options in a 20 year time
frame from a global perspective in US$?
4. Which of these options is a better career choice from a U.S. perspective?
5. How will the following certificate added to one of the options
change questions #1 and #4. I.e. enhances or has not impact.

Graduate Certificate
Wireless Communications
- Wireless Systems Overview
- Physical Design of Wireless Systems
- Wireless Networking: Architectures, Protocols and Standards
- CDMA and Spread Spectrum

** Need information from sources other than U.S. Department of Labor
(Bureau of Labor Statistics). I believe there are books and
information out there in the business sector that answers these

** I expect to graduate with a B.E. degree in Computer Engineering
from a U.S. school. I have over eight years in the IT sector and have
been stung by the outsourcing/off-shoring bee one too many times. I am
trying to answer the question ?how do I survive a global career market
place for the next 20 years??. I plan to get a job outside U.S. after
I get my Masters.

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