Before deciding whether a Cyber Security degree is worth it, consider these facts. I got the MS with the hope that I would be granted options that didn't exist with just the BS...may that be more knowledge or to see if the degree was worth its cost. Worked my way through entry level, desktop support, Network engineer, sr systems engineer, consulting systems engineer. How is a MSIT going to help you in the future? I am graduating from this course next month. My question is...will you be OK with the removal of DA/EA rights? View entire discussion (23 comments) 422 What jobs and internships did you pursue while working on your degree and what exactly are you interested in now? Thanks so much for sharing your experience first of all. It was quite boring. The main thing I can say about an advanced degree is that they won't close any doors, while I've seen qualified people get blocked because they didn't have a BS or MS. I was planning on an MBA once I'm eligible for my full GI Bill and from what you describe, it sounds like it will be a solid investment of that money. Will it differentiate you from another candidate that doesn't have an MS? I don’t think it has helped me out a whole lot yet though. Some even said the networking was more valuable than the education. MIS is a well respected degree that quite honestly would serve you well in 99% of all IT positions in a large enterprise from sysadmin to business/process analyst and everything in between. I am now in IT Management and am beginning my MBA. My greatest advice here would be to just apply to everything that you want. It's a head shaking feeling so don't feel bad about not liking PM stuff, I'm totally with you there. In specific your MBA, did you have any of the companies you worked for pay for a portion of it? Yes, but it really isn't valued as much as you think it is while in school. I'm just worried about graduating then sitting on the diploma for a year because I will have no real world experience, I guess I'm wondering if that extra money for a physical school is that much more valuable than a highly credited online school. Thanks for this. These days I would say it isn't that cut/dry since it totally depends on your industry, company size, etc. Additionally, I've worked for 3 past employers who all had an education reimbursement plan. This subreddit is designed to help anyone in or interested in the IT field to ask career-related questions. Offered me a fair price and I had my money through Paypal within 24 hours. I'm not that much of a social person so it's not like I would've been attending every social/networking event, but I would say it's valuable to chat with different people from different walks of life just so that you can have a more general knowledge of other departments/sectors such as finance or HR. My background is a both a BS and MS in MIS and also an MBA. Are you planning on going into management levels? Both undergraduates and graduate students were in the same class since it was a slash "MIS301/501 Data Structures and Algorithms". Its not worth it. This is an entry-level degree program that typically takes two years to complete. Thanks for your story. Yeah PM work is not for everyone. I landed my first management gig when a director decided to take a chance with me (Isn't that how most things go?). My first comment regarding the MS degree was in regards to what I actually learned in terms of the curriculum. I'm glad I can help. Looking back I am happy I got the MBA since I noticed more benefits overall from that degree (on the resume, actual experience while in the program, and the limited attention it gets on the outside). I fully understand the benefits of a campus setting, mostly the internship and job location services which are almost invaluable. All from different state schools. Bachelor Degree in Management Information Systems: A … The MS I am wary on since I didn't notice as much of a payout, but my experience may be unique; your mileage may very. I've been on hiring committees with other director-level folks who will look at a candidate's resume, and breeze over their MS degree as if it was barely anything to look at verses actually absorbing the fact that a candidate took 2-3 years out of their lives to focus on getting a graduate degree. Different companies have different delineation points with sub-departments with their own management structure so your questions depends on your interest. I hesitate to call myself super technical. You say: Regular classwork was more/less filler in terms of actual content, but again, it does help in softer skills. Remember that master’s programs in … Is it worth worrying how to pay the bills, keep clients happy, keep your best people motivated – all without a regular, guaranteed paycheck? I am making 70k+ in the oil and gas industry in a super low COL area. My main concern is how valuable an online degree will be to future employers, the only physical location in my area that offers this will run about $80,000 AFTER one free year of post-911/GI bill. Do you still enjoy the technical part of IT? For me, the MS degree helped in my abilities to manage large projects, time management, and writing. You don’t specify your age, current education, or if you’re looking at undergrad or masters studies, and the answers are different depending on all these factors. I'm in a Sr. SysAdmin position now and I'm leaning more towards IT PM positions as a stepping stone between technical and management. So as others have stated, having one is better than not when comparing apples to apples. Increased career options, higher salaries, and stable job growth are very common motivations. degree. BIS would most likely be similar to MIS or CIS or just IS. Analyzing Harvard Business Cases and being in brainstorming discussions was with folks in Accounting, Finance, HR, and Operations was probably the most educational part since everyone had their own experiences and shared their views on cases from their specialized corners. Since I already got my BS in MIS, the only real difference with the MS was that the masters students had to write 1-2 more papers and give 1-2 more presentations than the BS students per class. You have a very unique perspective since you have both the M.S. If you're on the technical track, you have to get certifications in order to be competitive vs others who have them. escane99 Member Posts: 19 February 2017 in IT Jobs / Degrees. The things I did wrong was "waste" 2 years getting the MS, didn't work on the certifications until way later in my career, and live/work in smaller cities with a limited number of companies. If you graduate and you don't land any of these types of positions, then unfortunately, the master's degree will just be another line item that will be added to the resume. Back in my day it was the Big4 auditing firms since they all had a consulting arm. 40% business, 30% CompSci and 30% InfoTech. You never know what is happening inside a company and sometimes the stars line up during a period of change. again, just do it through bios Fast boot: "Boot faster for MSI products" You have an SSD so sounds useless Finance is a fantastic career for the right person. I don't remember exactly how much I paid per class, but it wasn't cheap. Reddit is hard for marketers: it is smart at banning and moderating. The best mix of course work (again in my opinion) in preparation for a banking career is a mix of the most relevant finance & accounting classes. Are you currently in the MBA program or it's just an option? Here's a secret. Ive done three PM courses to figure out if thats my vibe and freaking hated it so Ill ask - should I get away from it? Look into a PMI PMP if you aren't super technical, enjoy projects, and want to utilize a master's degree. Just give it serious thought to ensure it’s right for you.” 8. Thank you for posting this. I've been working in IT for close to 20 years and started from the bottom at desktop support. Honestly, a Master's in IT in my opinion isn't worth it. For what it's worth, i have gigabytes equivalent (@BIOS) for my gigabyte board installed and was useful for when i needed to update my bios Command center: another OC utility. My $.02 of course. Started with a BS. Even in IT leadership positions, nobody seems to even look at the MS one, which is pretty frustrating since it wasn't an easy degree to achieve. 1. Again the MS in IT will help later, but it is not a golden ticket for a direct jump. Graduate degrees bare more fruit for the student after they have more years of experience under their belt, but going back to school gets harder and harder the more you're away from academia. If I have a passion, I don't know what it is, but MIS sounds very interesting. It's Worth More really worked with me because my iPhone 8 wasn't unlocked when they received it, although I thought it was. If you look at the classes they usually are a mix of business core and IT-related classes like Databases, Programming, Systems/DFD Diagrams, etc. What is your opinion on BIS (Business Information Systems) vs MBA? So, I've been exploring a countless number of career paths these past few years, and I'm hoping this time I've finally found the one worth investing in. The MBA I thought was a lot more interesting because I learned a lot about business from classmates who were all not in the IT field. Do you mind sharing how much and/or how you paid for your post grad? And as it turns out, there are plenty of other ways grocery delivery services can save you money, making this convenient service all the more worth it. I'm struggling with next steps once I'm done. Whenever anyone complains that some story was “buried” on Reddit or that Reddit is full of down-voting trolls, that must be true, but, again, but for those down-votes and strict moderation, Reddit would not be such a great resource of authentically hot and unique stories. As for your PM question, yes, I did think of this because companies seem to be on the lookout for PMs with IT experience. I remember taking classes on Gantt charts, listing people as resources for time allocation and such. I've been seeing a good number of posts regarding aspects of this question regarding an MS vs MBA so I thought I would share some experiences...perhaps some of this will help someone. What type of work have you been doing for the last 6 years? Cookies help us deliver our Services. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the ITCareerQuestions community. Even in IT leadership positions, nobody seems to even look at the MS one, which is pretty frustrating since it wasn't an easy degree to achieve. Here are 15 jobs that make grad school's price-tag worth it: 20. This may be an avenue to go down if you're not sure. Now that we have established that DealDash is NOT a scam (at least according to my definition of a scam), I’ll explain why I believe it IS NOT a great way to win expensive items for a lot less than they are worth… BS MIS degree worth it? As you can see, there is no smoke and mirrors in play here. and M.B.A. and I think it's a valuable resource. Yup it's a good investment; just make it worthwhile in terms of $$ and what you get out of it. Of course, there’s also the question of how badly you want to play the game. I know I jumped around a bit, but I'm sure you understand my broad question. Everything is clearly explained and pretty easy to understand. If you do not, then it is just a line item, that many below average tech workers also have. Great question; I went through the same dilemma a while back. Hi there, thank you. I have been in IT for 22 years. Your question is hard to answer since there are many parts of IT and many positions out there. You can't help or influence the core project because you are just managing the resources and reporting that information up to a Program Manager. Your job literally is to bother other IT units and ask for status reports as to their progress with large projects/initiatives. The combination of tech, business and problem solving seems like my ideal fit, preferably getting into consultation. I enjoy code and learning different tech but also enjoy figuring out where and how that tech fits in an org. In 2018-2019, management information systems was the 69th most popular major nationwide with 14,747 degrees awarded. In my opinion, there’s no question they are better than SiteGround, but they are also 10X more expensive. MIS is a decent program, just keep in mind it doesn't really teach you much in the way of hard skills (and that's fine if your job isn't to do that). But yes, I did want the option of eventually going into management without any hindrance since I was once told by those in the industry that getting to Director/VP level without a master's degree would be difficult (unless you knew someone and networked your way up there). Utilize any networking event, campus interviews, career fairs, etc. Are those classes/subjects worth the time/effort? The market is flooded by people who got their MS for immigration purposes (Masters gets someone a higher chance of getting a H1B visa). I thought about getting my PMP and maybe becoming a PM once, but then I started working for more companies that had these divisions and man, what a boring job (when compared to real systems administration). I ended up getting a MS immediately after my BS from the same school. So, I've been exploring a countless number of career paths these past few years, and I'm hoping this time I've finally found the one worth investing in. But if your heart isn’t in it, then no paycheck is worth it. The worst they can do is never contact you (which happens quite frequently even with degrees, experience, creds, and certs). I'll clarify. In my experience there is a difference between a data center manager and infrastructure manager; I'm wondering if you mean one vs the other. A data center manager is more like a NOC manager and oversees the 24/7 shop, racking/stacking, power, redundancy, and alerting. Timing is a catch-22 as well. There are some people out there who really like Project Management type of work. I think the BS degree mainly trained us to go to classes...it was supposed to be more about the experience and actually learning. Arthur Anderson broke up and and the leftovers became Accenture. If you’re contemplating going back to school to pursue a new career, you want to feel confident that jobs will be available in the field upon graduation. Any thoughts on getting infrastructure mgmt jobs with an MS in IT? You’re a natural problem solver What sort of positions did you go after once you finished your MBA? Got my certs, MCSA-S, MCSE-S, MCTS, etc after getting the experience. Is it worth it? Hope I can get some networking from my degree to land a Jr sys admin job and work my way up. Because of this, I said it was "filler in terms of actual content" because there wasn't much added benefit content-wise other than it helping with speaking, research, and writing skills. Looking back do you think the investment in post grad education has paid for itself? I would personally not want to be a PM but for others they may like it. Everyone's path is different but for what I wanted, a few key changes would've made worlds of difference earlier in life. It's better than nothing, but it's something. My second comment was in regards to the actual application process. What it is, is a networking opportunity to try to make contacts in the industry and to learn from others. Please, if anyone in this realm can give me some insight and suggestions on what I'm walking into I'd really appreciate it. They helped me every step of the way to get it unlocked. So if you go to a great school and can network, it will add a lot of value to your career. A good way to help you determine the actual value (to yourself) is to look at what is required to take during the degree program. The UAB Collat School of Business offers both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in management information systems. Regular classwork was more/less filler in terms of actual content, but again, it does help in softer skills that are necessary later in life (you wouldn't believe how many people can't write a simple email in the business world). Should teach you project management methodology, foundations of finance/accounting as far as you'll need for this and other fun things. Podiatrist. Associate Degree in Management Information Systems: An associate's degree with a specialization in management information systems is not a common degree, but you can find some schools that award an MIS degree at the associate's level. Net earnings for 10 years after loan repayment: $777,369 Median base … There are 385 schools offering degrees in management information systems in the United States. A lot of non-technical folks apply to become a general "Business Analyst or IT Business Analyst". This will also allow me opportunity to advance higher in management. Being a smaller campus I didn’t get a chance to network as much as many of the people here said they were able to either. If you want to go into management, the MBA will help more than a MS degree will, and this is especially true if you have a bunch of technical experience and an MBA to back that up. I wholeheartedly agree with this advice. So my general advice to folks who are in IT, have a BS degree, and are wondering what to do next, look at the actual position/field you are interested in and specialize. Went to a large school in Texas. The Deluxe Edition includes 72-hour early access, letting you play the game a whole three days before everyone else. Just look up openings for "IT Project Manager", it's insane how many openings there are for that field. This why consultation and it's ever changing clientele sounds like a good fit, please tell me if I'm wrong. Both undergraduates and graduate students were in the same class since it was a slash "MIS301/501 Data Structures and Algorithms". Agreed! The reimbursements helped of course, but I would stay away from the super expensive schools that will put you in a lot of debt because again, it's a hit/miss on the payout. This is a difference of 169 over the prior year, a growth of 1.1%. You can stack electives to beef your learning up in any direction you want. You may be able to utilize a tuition reduction plan and pay 60-80% less for courses. Since I already got my BS in MIS, the only real difference with the MS was that the masters students had to write 1-2 more papers and give 1-2 more presentations than the BS students per class. Second my post was probably one of the ones you saw I'm doing a MS in ITM and eventually want to be a data center manager but don't have any experience. Management Information Systems – MIS vs. Information Technology – IT: An Overview . “Yes, finance can be financially rewarding. The job market changed significantly in recent years, which made it harder for recent college graduates to find work with almost any type of degree. Management information system (MIS) refers to a large infrastructure used by a … If you get hired with the big boys without being enrolled in a Tier 1 school, consider yourself lucky. If I could do it all over again, I would've gotten my BS, then worked in a technical position while getting a bunch of certs within my specialization realm, then gotten into an MBA program in a much larger city with a good number of large companies, then kept on jumping from there. Yes a good starting point is getting your feet wet somewhere in systems or networking and getting various certifications in those areas. I think a lot of schools will call it the same thing. In accounting you want financial accounting , intermediate accounting (typically 2 semesters worth), and financial statement analysis. I'm the type of person that wants to be doing something new all the time, the minute I learn and master one thing I'm onto the next. For the individual wondering, “Is an MIS Degree worth it?” it is first necessary to understand what an MIS Degree is.A degree in Management Information Systems, or MIS, trains students to develop, deliver and optimize cutting edge technology in a business or organization. If you go to a school in a larger city, another goal is to try to get recruited into a consulting firm. As someone who is finishing up an MBA after a BS, this was good to read. Past technical experiences and specialized certifications are seen are more important. 1. Wait until you actually are handed a 30 page Gantt chart by a PM in a meeting. If this doesn't pan out, yet another goal is to get into some sort of specialized leadership program through a larger firm (Some big companies have this - I distinctly remember GE, Raytheon, and Intel but that was decades ago). Thanks again. Any advice you can offer? Sure thing! Reddit Inc. is a social media website that enables users to form online communities, share ideas, photos and videos, post the latest trends and … If you are trying to determine whether or not earning a master’s degree in computer science is worth the investment of time, money, and energy required, it is important to understand your motivations for wanting to earn the degree in the first place. Note: Now through August 19, you can save 26 percent on stylish MVMT men's and women's watches, sunglasses, cuffs, bracelets, and more when you use the code MVMT26 at checkout. Average starting salary for my program was ~56k. Sounds somewhat useful. If it's a state school, try to become an employee of the school as either a classified staff or administrative faculty/professional. Reddit for Link Bait. If you want a managed WordPress host that can take unlimited traffic, offer perks like site migration and WordPress staging, … Some people claim that an undergrad business administration degree is worthless because you can find an entry-level job in the business industry with a degree in almost any field. Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Management Information Systems (MIS) - Salary - Get a free salary comparison based on job title, skills, experience and … MIS is a good degree. Usually those companies are looking for unicorns, but I have been turned down for such positions because I only had one arm of experience and not the other. I don't exactly love business or love tech individually, but I'm very interested in both of them. I waited only a year after getting my undergrad before going into the MS program. On the campus, every third student is an Indian. Graduated with a fairly high GPA, but not top of my class. Usually it was around 3K to 4K per year or semester as long as the position could directly help your role there. This is more paperwork, process, and Excel type of work but the latter delves into IT-related resources of a company. Lowry sees a genuine enjoyment for the work at the heart of the issue. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts, MSCD, MSIA, A+, N+, S+, CEH, CCNA R&S, CCNA/S, CCNA/CO (next). BUT if you just want to reach lead engineer/technical architect (ie remaining on the technical track), getting a master's degree is not required, just a lot of skill, experience, and certs. thanks. The combination of tech, business and problem solving seems like my ideal fit, preferably getting into consultation. Compared to online courses which will maybe reach $40,000 for all 4 years. By using our Services, you agree to our use of cookies.Learn More. Just a note, I think there's somewhat of a mixed message about your M.S. So I posted a nearly identical question a bit ago about getting an mba. Hey brief background: I am still a senior in high school, graduating in March, and I have been accepted in BS MIS in one of the top leading schools here in my country. Cyber security jobs are on the rise. As with the master's degree, time management, project management, team collaboration, and writing skills all are very much improved while in school, and the goals remain the same: try to get recruited by the larger companies. I’m saying this because I see the innumerable flaws in the University’s relations with the Indian students here. The Penny Hoarder Shop is always stocked with great deals, including technology, subscriptions, courses, kitchenware and more. Im ~6 years into my career and feel like Im still figuring out what it is I want to do and since I have the chance to get a free mba, in just going for it. 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