Research in information technology requires advanced degrees in computer science, computer or electrical engineering or computer information systems. This requires at least one master's degree or doctoral degree in order to obtain initial employment opportunities. A master's degree usually takes more than a year to get a bachelor's degree. A Ph.D. (Ph.D.) requires at least two years of master's or more advanced research.Knowledge in different professional fields may also be required. For example, computer research scientists working for a company specializing in genetics will benefit from the biological background. If a computer scientist works for a computer company, such as IntelTM, for example, an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering may be beneficial to gaining status and building a career. Read more
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