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    Hi there. I've been studying an MSc conversion in CS and am finding it isn't for me as the tuition is appauling and it is moving too fast. I don't have an undergraduate degree in a science subject. I enjoy programming but would like to do something slower and less pressured, and take my time learning and understanding things, but I am a mature student and don't really want to spend 3 years doing another undergrad. Does anyone know what courses are respected by employers apart from BSc, Msc? I have tried to do extensive research online and asked the careers guidance, and there are other smaller qualifications out there say in Java, in Web technology and other languages, but I don't know if it's worth my while doing them... does anyone have any ideas about what qualifications employers may respect? I realise this is place where we are all students, but some of you may have more idea than me.
 
 
 
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