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  1. UT-Arlington officially only requires that you...

    UT-Arlington officially only requires that you have completed the math requirements prior to admission. In an email conversation, the graduate advisor felt that the odds of admission without having...
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    And Southern Methodist University (Dallas, TX),...

    And Southern Methodist University (Dallas, TX), tied with UH at #110!
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    Since their reputation/ranking is roughly...

    Since their reputation/ranking is roughly equivalent, it's going to be a personal decision. If you intend to pursue a PhD following the MS, then your decision should be based on your research...
  4. USC is undoubtedly a stronger program than UT...

    USC is undoubtedly a stronger program than UT Dallas, but also dramatically more expensive. As for which is better, it might depend on what your post-MS plans are. Do you intend to try for a PhD? An...
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    Perhaps I should have stated it more as...

    Perhaps I should have stated it more as "multivariable calculus is typically required" as some schools will offer a full course in calculus in two semesters as an alternative to taking three...
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    I douby you will have a placement problem coming...

    I douby you will have a placement problem coming from either school.

    If you have not visited yet, that might help you decide, as there's no substitute for actually visiting a department and...
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    A MS in CS without a prior CS background will...

    A MS in CS without a prior CS background will take longer than a year. There will typically be about 4-5 leveling courses to get you up to speed before you start on the 30-36 hours for the program....
  8. Unfortunately, ME programs are not as rigorous as...

    Unfortunately, ME programs are not as rigorous as MS programs. If your plans are for career development then it would be good, but if your plans are to eventually pursue a PhD then it would not be.
  9. The MBA and the consulting experience won't help...

    The MBA and the consulting experience won't help much if your ultimate goal is an academic position. As NewBoston suggested, you would have a better chance by doing a MS degree, getting some research...
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    I'm curious how you will do a TA/RA without aid...

    I'm curious how you will do a TA/RA without aid at Stanford. Usually, those positions are limited and are the aid itself (coupled with a tuition waiver). As an MS student, I wouldn't count on...
  11. Appeal to authority as logical fallacy...

    Appeal to authority as logical fallacy
  12. Even though I don't have a direct answer, my...

    Even though I don't have a direct answer, my advice is to start with the typical Top 10 programs, which tend to be strong across the board. Identify the faculty that specialize in Distributed...
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    Personally, I would choose free Wisconsin with...

    Personally, I would choose free Wisconsin with TAship over Stanford + >60K in debt.

    And I think the TAship would be very helpful for you regardless of your career aspirations. Helping someone...
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    Which program at Oxford, if you are able to...

    Which program at Oxford, if you are able to elaborate? And what is the funding situation? I'm not too familiar with how the funding works at UK schools, but it seems to be much more difficult than...
  15. [quote=Ancalagon The Black;739431]I would also...

    [quote=Ancalagon The Black;739431]I would also include technical IS programs to study strategic information systems in an organization as also to study, the benefits and impact of IT to a business....
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