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    Degree programs in MSP/St Paul area?

    I'm looking at Masters or Certificates for Quality Assurance. Anyone recommend anything? I see that St Thomas has a QA course, with other methodologies. Anywhere else? (I already know about the CSTE/CSQA)

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    Re: Degree programs in MSP/St Paul area?

    For the Twin Cities, what you found at Thomas is what there is. The instructor (if it's still the same guy) is a wonderful and bright person from what I hear. I have heard him speak, and thoroughly enjoyed his talk and I know several people who work with him, and they think so too.

    Check out the matrix here; http://www.qaforums.com/Forum24/HTML/000285.html
    It was put together by one of the Twin Cities company owners. And he is the VP of our local chapter of QAI (TCQAA) at http://www.tcqaa.org/

    I'm from Mpls/St.Paul myself. Welcome.

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    Re: Degree programs in MSP/St Paul area?

    St. Thomas has a Graduate School in Software with 3 programs, Master of Software Systems(MSS), Master of Software Engineering(MS), and Master of Software Development(MSDD) and Design. They offer 1 class specific to QA, but there are several others that touch on it.

    The University of Minnesota also has a Masters in Software Engineering that offers a QA class as part of the curriculum.

    I received my MSS from St. Thomas, there program is pretty good (and growing!). I can't speak for the U of M.

    Dana



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