15 years ago
information systems). I'm a senior this year, and I've had a few jobs
where I sit in front of a computer all day, and each day it's becoming
less and less appealing for the long-term.
I'm much more interested in things like robotics research (like in
this video where the robot learns how to walk:
I will graduate and get my BS in CIS, but should I just stick with
that, or should I go back to school? I have many ideas for papers and
research, and I'm good with theory and forming hypotheses. If I could
get loans or pay my way through school, should I do or at least
consider changing directions? I could use the things I've learned
since there would surely be some programming involved.
I'm currently lacking in math skills (but could and would work on
this), and because of general disinterest in business classes and not
doing well in math early on (did not have goals then, so did not
care), my GPA is about a 3.0. I'm not sure if I'd rather stay at my
current school or go somewhere else. If I went elsewhere, would I be
able to get into a decent enough school?