MS Applied Statistics, MS Computer Science, MS Applied Economics?

andSoandSo Posts: 11Member ■□□□□□□□□□
I work full-time in the military as a logistics officer. I have 3 years of management experience. I'm considering leaving the military in a few years to start a civilian career. I have a bachelor's in journalism and another in computer science. I'm the kind of person that has no particular interest in a given field; I study what interests me at the time. Right now, I'm having a hard time deciding which graduate program I want to pursue online: MS Applied Economics, MS Computer Science, or MS Applied Statistics. I have no idea what I want to do as a civilian (I really had no clue what I wanted to do in the military either). All I know is, my end goal is to work in a civilian position that pays well, uses new technology, but for the most part, zero fbombs are given about the exact position.

Anyone with experience in either of those degree programs?


  • PolynomialPolynomial Posts: 365Member
    Computer Science.

    No question to me. Its going provide the broadest help to any job in tech.
  • andSoandSo Posts: 11Member ■□□□□□□□□□
    That's what I am leaning towards since I know what to expect in the MS-CS program. But I'm not the best programmer in the world even though I hold a bachelor's degree in computer science. I remember learning to program was fun for a short while, but it soon became more like a chore. The MS-CS program I'm looking at doesn't require insane programming skills, so I should be fine.
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