I don’t know if my question is relevant to this forum but I’ll try to ask it hopingly.
I’m a senior bachelor’s student in Computer Engineering. Before entering university I was so interested in Psychology and I still am. In fact, I’m so interested in cognitive sciences.
I do love my current field of study, but my background in mathematics is not that good to allow me to work on currently open challenges in Computer Science. I mostly consider Computer Engineering as part of my business career rather than research field, as I’m fairly good at professional skills a regular computer engineer should have to get a fairly good job.
But, I am very enthusiastic about management and mostly Human Resources Management. More precisely, I’d love to research around subjects like Talent Management, Productivity, Motivation, Organizational Structures, agility, learning organizations and HR training.
I guess I’d better studied Industrial Engineering and just learned software development on my own.
Now I’m applying for Master of Information Technology Engineering, which is a combination of Computer Engineering and IT management. The reason I’m choosing this is that there’s a better chance for me to be accepted in the entrance exam because the exam provisions are 90% from what I have studied in bachelor’s degree.
I always feel uncertain about my choices.
What do you recommend? please advise.