I studied graphic design as an undergraduate. These days I have a sweet corporate user experience design job at a 3D printing company. As my career progresses (2.5 years of professional experience) I wonder if I should get a masters degree to become a better designer.
In the future I would like to manage other designers as a design director. Programs like Parsons Master of Science in Data Visualization interest me. But, I'm questioning if it's worth it to inherit 60k in debt for one year of education. When I'm currently making 87k as a designer in Boston.
- Do you think it's worth it to go to graduate school?
- Or should a person just work in the industry for long period of time to climb the corporate ladder, to gain practical experience?