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June 8th, 2006
RFID and Leveraged Learning
For undergraduates, would you recommend the same areas of study that you did in regards to graduate work in terms of getting into the RFID industry?
I would recommend the same thing. The difference between a graduate and an undergraduate degree is that undergraduate degrees give you a strong foundation that allows you then to pursue a particular area of study for later graduate studies. I do believe looking into a program that focus on such fields as nanotechnology or electromagnetics, or bio-engineering, that all of these fields of study within existing departments I think are very fruitful and will provide a nice start to a young person’s career.
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