Education, job prospects, age issue?

By Tburg21 ·
Hello, new to the site. But have a question. I'm considering a B. S. in IT Management. Is the degree worth it to some one with little it experience? To manage something shouldn't you have a thorough knowledge of it? Yet the course description seems to only cover basics. In addition.. I'm nearly 50 yrs old by the time I graduate.. Switching careers. I do have an associate in networking.. But have sadly forgotten most of what I knew..
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Transitioning back to IT

by Lisa_TEK In reply to Education, job prospects ...

To me, the B.S. doesn't sound like a sure-fire investment. What happens if you can't find a management job in IT, which is a strong possibility given your lack of recent experience. There are a lot of ways to transition back into IT without committing to a new degree; try to see how you can use your current skills and transition within the same industry (domain expertise will help a lot in a business IT role). I don't know what you currently do but perhaps you could work as a business analyst or project manager with your current skills? You can always go back for your B.S. at night; experience plus education is a potent combo.

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by mitchal123423 In reply to Education, job prospects ...

Hello, Tburg21 . It's really great that you are interested in IT Management. it's commendable that you care about your future and think ahead about good experience. But if you want to get a good education you should engage in self-development and maybe ask for help professionals like and then you will definitely can go to any good IT Management based job.

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