Doesn't it depend on exactly what you want to do afterwards? Do you have some kind of vague plan in mind? Maybe some potential employers who can advise you as to what educational qualifications you should be looking for?RugbyEng wrote:Basically, I got a BS in Kinesiology, decided PT wasn't for me and that going back to school was my best option. I enrolled at the community college and took 2 semesters of math, physics, and engineering classes with the idea of pursuing a BS in ME. I will be starting my first semester at a state school and have now found out I'm required to take 3 semesters of a foreign language and a couple other extraneous classes. It wouldn't be a big deal except they will extend my studies by another semester and I'm turning 24 in a month, obviously, I'd like to be done ASAP. My question is, should I continue down the BS path or attempt to get into the MS in ME or Applied Math after this semester? They would take the same amount of time to complete and I'd have the benefit of a MS degree. I already e-mailed the school to see if the MS plans are feasible, I'm just looking for some opinions/advice.
Right now, my plan is to see what the grad programs say. If they say I only need a couple courses and the GRE, I'll apply and take them this summer and hopefully be enrolled by the fall. Otherwise, I'll just stick to the BS route. This probably seems like I answered my own question but, I'd still like some more opinions.
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