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I have a computer science degree, and am interested in finding out about fields I can enter into that are slightly different from software development.

For instance, I was considering taking a masters in something like Architecture as it sounds quite interesting. But I'm not sure if something like that fits with a Computer Science degree as I do not want that to go to waste. Perhaps a masters isn't even required to enter some of these fields? Are there such careers that one can specialize into with a CS degree?

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A friend of mine took his first degree in computer science then did a degree in medicine specializing in diagnostic imaging relating to cancer treatment.

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Is that a degree as in - a 3 year undergraduate one or a postgrad?

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I know a guy that got his degree in ACS and then minored in geographic studies. He now develops geographic systems used for topography. On the surface (bazinga) that seems pretty cool.

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Is that a degree as in - a 3 year undergraduate one or a postgrad?

Four year honors degree.

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The medical field still has lots of jobs and money and so does law and forensics. Another rewarding area to get into is cyber security.

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What about software development? Really creative new programs, not just copying what others have done.

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Try to find a government job! Those jobs pay well and don't require much effort.

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