DEGREE: Master of Science - Information Technology -
STATEMENT: I'M IN AND NOW I can achieve my dream job.
Describe your educational and professional background.
Before 2001, I was focused on a medical career in Nepal, my home country. Then I saw a desktop computer for the first time and I fell in love. In 2004, my wife and I came to the U.S. after winning a green card lottery. It was a one in a million chance. It changed our life, coming to the “Land of Opportunity.” In 2005, we were living in Colorado and I walked to IBM’s main security gate. The security guard told me, “You have to have a bachelor’s degree before you apply here.” I started my higher education soon thereafter and got hired by IBM. I have very good convincing skills.
How has CTU been part of your educational and professional path?
I am very passionate about the field of IT and have used my CTU experience as a ladder for career growth. My CTU advisors helped me understand all the processes. I had a lot of questions and never stopped asking them. I finished my master’s in less than eight months because I enjoyed it.* Education has empowered my career and helped me achieve career goals. As a side note: CTU hasn’t just been part of my path – based on my experience, my wife also applied to CTU and she graduated last year! [*Program length may vary.]
How is your life different now that you've graduated from CTU?
I feel very proud of being the only person in my family with a master’s degree. My dream now is to achieve a managerial role in an IT corporate environment. I am working toward my goal and hoping to attain it soon. I am a very confident person and my degree has helped bolster this confidence every time I’ve interviewed for any position since graduation.
Each person’s experience is unique, and your story may be different. Find disclosures on graduation rates, student financial obligations and more at http://www.coloradotech.edu/Disclosures. Program length may vary.
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