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Subject: Master with or without thesis?
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Date: Sat, 21 Dec 2002 20:48:54 -0500
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I'm a fourth year electrical engineering student specialised in dsp and I'm
seriously thinking about doing a master degree. I'm quite confused with what
Universities are offering and I'd like to have people's opinion.
First, is there a difference from a company's perspective between a master
degree with a thesis or one without a thesis? There is usually a project
required for the latter case, but less elaborated than a real thesis.
Second, what is the difference between the M.Eng and M.Sc.A master degree?
Sometimes, very interesting subject in dsp only leads to a M.Sc.A instead of
a M.Eng since there is more mathematics/statistics involved and the courses
are divided between the engineering and science department.
Thanks for your time.
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