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QuestionWhich looks better on a resume: MS in Computer Science or MS in Software Engineering? Pin
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I have a bachelors of science in computer science, and I've been working as a software developer for the same company for the last 7 years. I'm trying to figure out what to do for my masters: a masters in computer science or a masters in software engineering. I'm sure if I stay at my current company, it's not going to matter either way. But I'm curious as to what other companies would view which degree as being more desirable.

The graduate computer science program at the school I plan on attending has the option of taking almost exclusively nothing but software engineering coursework. So I can basically receive the same kind of education as a masters in software engineering student would; it's just that the degree isn't called "software engineering". So basically it all just boils down to semantics, really.

Personally, my interests lean more towards computer science than software engineering. I've looked at the software engineering curriculum at many different schools, and from what I can tell it's more of a management degree rather than a degree about the actual writing of software. So even though I could take nothing but software engineernig coursework at the school I want to attend, I would just take the "core" software engineernig courses then fill up the rest of the coursework with computer science classes.
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