Since a year I am a graduated Computer Engineer, and am now working in named field since 2 years. However, I'd like to get a Masters in a "softer" field and was thinking over the following choices:
- MBA: Master of Business Administration, to bridge the business world with the world of computer science. Would give me an interesting job, travel potential, high salary etc.
- Techno-MBA: Sort of an MBA, but aimed at people who already have a degree in Computer Science.
- HCI: Human Computer Interaction degree, something I have been very interested in, but feel like it doesn't have the growth potential of MBA/Techno-MBA
- Marketing: My most recent brainchild is a degree in Marketing, is this at all a good idea given my background? Growth potential?
Main priority: Gaining a skill, and gaining a job allowing me to use my social skills. Which path has the best "career potential"? (Controversial I know)
Any thoughts? Any feedback welcome.
Edit: DOH. Realized that the first sentence makes no sense. Was running my own semi-successful business during last year of school.