Do engineers need a master's degree?

01/19/2013 | Houston Chronicle (subscription required)

Bart Sinclair, associate dean of the Brown School of Engineering at Rice University, discusses the pros and cons of pursuing a master's degree in engineering. On one hand, an additional degree can help students focus on a sub-discipline in engineering, he said. On the flip side, the cost of pursing a master's degree may not pay off for many years after students enter the workforce.

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