quickquestionthanks wrote:gwuorbust wrote:I wouldn't pay a dime for a masters if I knew I was going to go to LS. such a waste.
Having a master's degree at age 22 sounds like the type of soft that Yale might find appealing.
I don't think it would hurt to graduate a semester or even a year early, but two years? All of a sudden, you don't have too much higher level education under your belt.
And adding onto the IP thread, this would be an opportunity to get the coursework to qualify as a patent attorney, if you want to go that route.
Good luck getting a masters in engineering without relevant undergrad coursework.
Masters degrees are easy and a waste of money.