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Hi all,

I hold a BS in Computer Science and have ten years of industrial experience. I have mainly worked as an independent consultant and have been involved with Java based development.

I plan to get a Masters degree but do not have much aptitude for Computer Science.

I have been looking at MS in GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) . However I am not sure how it will help me with my career and work in the industry.
Masters in GNSS

What do you think about this Masters? How can someone with my background benefit from this?

Your guidance and suggestions are more than welcomed.

Thanks!
 
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