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Position1: Technical Support Analyst
Position2: Programmer Analyst
Position3: Business Analyst
Position4: Software Engineer
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The Computer Science program at GSU is not that good. Many of the course(s) are outdated or don't match there own job description. For example the software engineering course I took was not software engineering at all, it was a programming course. When I went to Depaul their software engineering taught software engineering principals and at the end of the course you had and e-commerce site.The advance Java course I took did not even introduce XML processing, it re-hashed material from the first Java course. I mention that because when I interviewed for a job at GSU as an information technologist one of the interviewer(s) asked me about XML processing and if GSU was teaching that now.

Professor(s) need to get out of the class room and learn what other schools and programs are doing now, not back in the 90s. Find out what the market place wants now. Offer more cloud,Business intelligence(BI), e-commerce and r-programming and statistical programming. Don't let students into advance courses unless they took the intro course first. Advance Courses should truly reflect real world practices such as using JUNIT to testing your Java program. xml, json processing, etc, etc…

GSU student going out into the real world should be confident there prepared them to get job in their major.

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