Aug 20, 2018 - 07:04 PM
The answer to this question depends on what your goals ultimately are. In tech, skills and experience tend to be more important than degrees. If you want to get a job in a specific field of tech, it may be more productive to seek hands-on professional experience, then. Alternately, if you want to teach or attain a higher-ranking managerial position in tech, earning an M. Tech may be useful.
Ultimately, when you you consider whether to attend grad school after earning your B. Tech, you should think of whether an M. Tech will help you achieve specific career goals. Be sure to develop professional experience through internships and other opportunities while you are in school if you choose to attend grad school.