Here are some universities you can consider:
1.) Cornell University, US- MPS or Ph.D. in Information Science
2.) Stanford University, US- MS in Design Impact or MS in Computer Science – HCI specialization.
3.) Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania- Master of Human-Computer Interaction.
4.) The University of Maryland, College Park, US- MS in Human-Computer Interaction (MS-HCI)
5.) Elon University, US-MA in Interactive Media
Top universities for computer science in the USA:
1.) Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2.) The University of California, Berkeley (UCB)
3.) Carnegie Mellon University(CMU)
4.) Stanford University
Top universities for computer science in the UK:
1.) University of Oxford
2.) University of Southampton
3.) University of Warwick
Hi Uday, you can look for universities in the USA, UK, Canada, Belgium, New Zealand, etc. These countries have some great universities for the courses that you mentioned. Some universities include:
1.) University of California- USA
2.) University of Oxford- UK
3.) Harvard University- USA
4.) MIT- USA
5.) University of Toronto- Canada
We know the process of choosing the right university can be overwhelming.
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You have a great profile and might even have a chance at some of the top Aeronautical Engineering schools in the world-
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA
Stanford University, USA
University of Cambridge, UK
Harvard University, USA
Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands
University of California, Berkeley, USA
Imperial College London, UK
University of Oxford, UK
Politecnico di Milano, Italy
University of Michigan – Ann Arbor
Aeronautical engineering is actually a subset of Aerospace engineering
Aerospace engineers specialize in aircraft, spacecraft, satellites, missiles, and weapons systems.
But Aeronautical engineers specialize in all kinds of aircrafts.
As far as complexity goes, both degrees are on par with each other
However, MS courses are usually more academic-oriented as compared to MBA courses
Whereas in MBA courses, you get more networking and internship/work experience