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Hi, Can someone please tell me how is the MS in Information Security program at CMU INI is? Along with Information Security, Will I be able to pursue my interests in Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence related fields? Also, how are the placements for this program? Would I be able to look for developer profiles along with security profiles? How are the opportunities for TA/RA positions? When and how should I apply for the same? Also, is there anyone here who is currently pursuing the course? Thanks.
I have admits for fall 2016 from 1. USC MS CS (Scientists and Engineers) 2. CMU ini MS in Information technology (Information Security track) (MSIT-IS) 3. University of Pennsylvania Masters in Computer and Information Technology (MCIT) I'm having a tough time in finalizing the university to attend. Currently I'm inclined towards UPenn's MCIT program because of the course structure. However I hear a lot of people say that Ivy league colleges have lost their charm and the quality of faculty and research is deteriorating. How true is the observation in the case of UPenn? Is
How are these programs and their respective schools different? What about job prospects? I got admitted to both. Although they are both part of CMU and will be pretty much amazing, I have not heard much about INI before so I am naturally inclined towards Heinz but I do not want to make a wrong decision based on my lack of knowledge. I do not want to go into too technical roles, but at the same time I have only 2.5 years of experience so purely managerial roles will not be suited for me. I want a mix of both, something that makes me improve my