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June 8th, 2006
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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