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University confusion- Cyber Security
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Hi All,
I have received admits from Rochester Institute of Technology(30% scholarship and 2 bridge courses)for computing security and Northeastern University for Information Assurance. As per my knowledge, RIT has good coursework whereas NEU has good coops. I am confused between the coursework and coops dilemma. So which university shall I finalize?

I have to pay RIT admission deposit (300$ by 1 May). Also I have NYU decision pending for MS in Cyber Security.
04-19-2017 10:53 PM
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I'd go with RIT.

P.S. RIT also allows students to go on semester-long co-ops.

1) Please mention as many details as possible about your academics, research and work-ex, in terms of projects worked on, technologies used, roles/responsibilities handled, papers published/presented, awards/honors obtained, etc. All those have to be put in the misc details section of your UniSearch profile if you expect any help on Edulix.

2) Please take some time out to read this and this thread in their entirety. PLEASE do that before asking questions about universities from a comparison perspective, or jobs, or coursework, or H-1B visas, or "placements", irrespective of which univ/department/program/major you're applying to.

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04-25-2017 03:25 AM
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