Khalian Posted May 2, 2014 Share Posted May 2, 2014 This was a disaster of a season for me getting only 2 out of 9 and one pending. I am an internation students. Anyways its between USC (University of Southern California - MS CS in Data Science) and Jonhs Hopkins University for MSE in CS. I am interested in Machine Learning and its application in various domains. I am not at all a social guy and really don't care about frat parties or beaches. Weather is not that big a deal for me .What I am really interested is the programs and these following questions in mind:- 1. Is a bigger class size bad of good. 2. Which are better for initial job prospects and one which has more national/global presence in terms of employer reputation. 3. What about career fairs 4. Which has better professors (in regards of approachability, and reputation in academia and industry) I am interested in research in the long term but not immediately. While both schools are expensive, JHU is ridiculously pricey. Had they been of the same tuition I would have taken JHU in a heartbeat. What are your opinions in this regard? Which school should I take. Money isn't my biggest problem but is a consideration Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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