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User: shyamts - 16 December 2011 15:06

I'm currently doing bcom final year in kerala.i am confused that which course should i take in post graduation.so pls help frnds.....

my interests are in

1)software engineering(m.c.a)

2)ethical hacking

3)information technology

4)m.b.a.

so which course should i take...i like computer related field much...pls tell me the scope of each 1 above....

regards,

shyam

User: thomasAnderson - 14 February 2012 08:13

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If u are doing BCom than MBA is good for u, But as u are saying ur interest in computer.
U can move to the IT field than,
If u go for MCA than u have to check that r u able to undersand the programming language if yes than go for it.
Ethical hacking is also a good field, But before u go for it u have basic understanding of Windows funcitions, Virus Removal, Adware Removal etc this will help you in understanding the concept of etical hacking.


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User: iiebm - 16 March 2012 08:56

you are interested in all the fields it can't be possible choose the field in which you are best....

User: reenie - 16 March 2012 09:52

Hi Shyamts,

Try researching the difference between an MSc and an MBA:

http://www.findamasters.com/students/studyguide/types-of-masters-course.aspx

http://www.findanmba.com/studyguide/courseguide.aspx

Can you speak to the careers advisors at your university?
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