I'll be doing Introduction to Marketing this semester. Cool huh? A subject like that in an IT degree. *Hehe* I chose that over some general paper as I want to learn a bit more on the business side.
I'm also thinking about a double-degree. I thought maybe to double up with some lightweight business knowledge to supplement my IT skills. However, I was told that there are only two majors being offered in my faculty - Software Development and IT Management. My college recommended me to take 2 more units to get a minor in IT Management. Hmm... sounds like a good bargain.
My friend who works in the college also recommended Master of Science in Strategic Business Information Technology by University of Portsmouth *What you guys think? Good ah?*. She said it is a 100% practical course - means I got to do thesis lor.
Well, after my previous exam and all that "Leaking Barrel" thoughts, I feel like I want to learn, read and acquire more on those which I termed as non-volatile knowledge or durable knowledge. Of course, that doesn't mean I will ignore the growing technology developments. I will just need to do some recalibration on my mindset.
*Not sure how long I can stick to this new thought of mine*