PeeAAchDee Posted July 5, 2019 Share Posted July 5, 2019 I just graduated with a degree in engineering (not strictly computationally related) from one of MIT, Stanford, Berkeley, Caltech. I am working as a computational biology associate at a very well-known university for a well-established PI. I'd like to get a Masters in CS if I could to advance myself to other opportunities. I graduated with a 3.96 GPA and did 97 percentile on the GRE. I have 1 first author paper in a well-known journal that isn't related to CS. I've taken some coursework while as an undergrad, but I self-studied a lot and may possibly get authorship on some biocomputational papers. Should I even consider a Masters in CS given my background? Do I have any chances at top masters programs? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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