No great work is ever done in a hurry. To develop a great scientific
discovery, to print a great picture, to write an immortal poem, to
become a minister, or a famous general—to do anything great requires
time, patience, and perseverance. These things are done by degrees,
“little by little.” (W. J. Wilmont Buxton)
Monday, 24 May 2010
Master or PhD levels?
Earning a Masters is a process of developing and applying expert skills to achieve a complex and significant engineering goal; while, earning a PhD involves demonstrating the ability to uniquely advance the field in technology or knowledge