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1RichardGuthrie
Mar 16, 2011, 6:32pm

This thread is designed to supplement two earlier ones about what and where people are studying. People don't have to put details of both if they don't want to.

2RichardGuthrie
Mar 16, 2011, 6:32pm

I'm doing a PhD at the University of Bath. I started out my university life as a chemist but I'm now in a humanities and social sciences faculty looking at how to understand effectiveness of international regimes that control materials and technologies that can have hostile as well as peaceful uses.

3readafew
Mar 16, 2011, 6:46pm

I'm studying for my MSIT. It appears if I want to advance from where I'm at another degree is the fastest way to get there.

4pranogajec
Mar 17, 2011, 9:08pm

CUNY Graduate Center, Ph.D. in art history.

5Gord.Barker
Mar 17, 2011, 11:45pm

#3 readafew...where are you studying for your MSIT? I recently completed my MSC-IS through Athabasca University (online) which sounds similar

6readafew
Mar 18, 2011, 9:00am

5 > I'm getting it through Kaplan online. Only halfway through my 2nd class/term

7Gord.Barker
Mar 18, 2011, 11:45am

I found the degree courses that I took to be fascinating and something I could really dive into. They definitely take you to places that you would not ordinarily get to with standard research.
The difficult part hit when I started the Thesis portion. That took over a year to complete.
Best of luck, you will really enjoy this.

8readafew
Mar 18, 2011, 12:00pm

Thanks, and I hope so. Some of the classes I'd really like to take I won't be able to. Scheduling and cost. Maybe after my degree, I'll see if I can take one or two of those classes later, when I have a little more money.

9lemontwist
Mar 18, 2011, 7:42pm

Library Thing must have read my mind because this was my top recommended group today so I joined. I'm working on my PhD in electrical engineering at a large university in Boston. Contrary to popular belief, this does not qualify me to wire a house. :)