UVSC BYU U of U etc was"Software Engineering (was Re: Java)

Brian Hawkins brianhks at activeclickweb.com
Fri Feb 16 11:24:33 MST 2007

I know a guy that works in the finance department at UVSC.  His rational 
for the difference in pay is that a good portion of UVSC grads are 
people that are already in the industry and have gone back to school to 
get a degree.  Therefor when they graduate the have both experience and 
a degree = more dough $-)


Grant Shipley wrote:
> On 2/15/07, Dave Smith <dave at thesmithfam.org> wrote:
>> Grant Shipley wrote:
>> > According to the 2005 Utah Foundation Report, UVSC bachelor degree
>> > graduates earn more money than graduates from any other Utah college
>> > or university.
>> Frankly I find that hard to believe. I don't know much about UVSC's CS
>> curriculum, nor do I know many people who went to UVSC (though the few
>> that I do know are excellent people -- I'm looking at you Gundies). What
>> I do know is that none of the companies I have worked for have ever
>> hired anyone from UVSC. They've never even recruited there. Maybe that's
>> a mistake on their part. I don't know. Anyone care to comment? Maybe I
>> should be encouraging our recruiting efforts toward UVSC.
> I don't find it that hard to believe.  Of the people who I graduated
> from UVSC with we are all making greater than 80k a year and 30% of us
> are making > 100k a year.
> It could be the fact that most students who attend the CS program at
> UVSC begin working full time while attending school and therefore are
> not hired for entry level positions when they graduate?
> -- 
> grant
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