St. Thomas’ Graduate Programs in Software will hold a “tasty” information session for all undergraduate majors at 6:30 p.m. today, Tuesday, April 5, in Room 126, John R. Roach Center for the Liberal Art.
Pizza, and the first 100 in attendance get a a free GPS T-shirt.
Not sure what you’ll be doing after you graduate? Stop worrying and learn how you can set yourself apart and get ahead in the job market with a graduate degree in software. Regardless of your major you can benefit from this session. Learn about in-demand master’s degrees (including the MS/MBA dual degree), graduate certificates in software, the application process and requirements, and get your questions answered.
The Wall Street Journal named the job of software engineer as No. 1 this year (2011). From The Wall Street Journal: “Software engineer Jesse Severe says he can pretty much throw a dart on a map and find a job … he’s contacted by headhunters at least once a month, at times has been able to work from home for half his workweek and makes a comfortable living.“ (Jan. 4, 2011)
Can’t make it?
No worries. Contact Graduate Programs in Software, (651) 962-5500, or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a time that works for you. (Sorry you’ll miss out on the pizza and T-shirts.)