I have done my Bachelore of computer Application (BCA) and I have completed Java Training on following Topics:
can I get Job in core field Without Master degree.. please help me.
There typically are very special skills and knowledge that one is exposed to in a Master degree program. Moreover, many employers realize this value and will make it important in their search. I suggest that you start working on a Master degree today!
Sir (jimmy clark)
suppose I am working working on java Technology and I have good command . .. And one guy has completed masters and in general masters's syllabus they have't introduced latest java technologies . So What differences will be their between Master degree holders and graduates..? And Why most of the employers prefer them.
please any tell
If you reside in Bangalore, it shouldn't be a problem since you know java. Apart from gaining more insight in Spring, i'd suggest that you learn hibernate and tools for building, testing,etc.
Which company are you considering? Typically, the big ones wouldn't hire a BCA for development position, but startups may give you ample opportunity.
I never stated that "most employers prefer candidates with Master degrees."
What I did state is that "...many employers realize this value and will make it important in their search."
I am from India (Bangalore) and here every company is asking MCA(Master of Computer Application) or any master degree for development job.
What differences will be their between Master degree holders and graduates?.
There would be many differences as graduate degree programs contain additional activities, knowledge areas, workshops, processes, advanced thinking, thought leadership, etc. that are not included in undergraduate degree programs.
Jimmy Clark wrote:There would be many differences as graduate degree programs contain additional activities, knowledge areas, workshops, processes, advanced thinking, thought leadership, etc. that are not included in undergraduate degree programs.
And which of these specifically would make it valuable to pursue a graduate degree? There are significant costs to such a degree, both in tuition as well as lost income.
A Master degree will not magically do anything on its own. The true value of such a degree stems from the individual and what, when and how they apply what they have learned. A deep understanding of this aspect will help the individual determine if such a degree will be of any value in their future. Again, it is about the individual not the degree. An individual that fails to make their education valuable has no one to blame but themselves.
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