Have you done a sort of ROI analysis. How much will cost a Master and what it will bring you???
Also, depends what kind of Master you'll do. I have done a Master of Engineering (here in Canada) and it was course based. It was interesting, but the level was more general. For some of the courses I can say that I had to study more for CISSP than for the course itself. Others (like cryptography) went deeper in the math demonstrations but they lacked the practical side.
You can look at offers for the type of job you are looking for. If they are asking for a Master - do it, if not... depends of the price. Mine only cost me 4500$, so it was a good investment, but if it will cost you 30.000$ I will carefully choose the school and the speciality.
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on Sat Mar 06, 2010 12:14 am, edited 1 time in total.
CISSP ISSAP, CISM/A, GWAPT, GCIH, GREM, GMOB, OSWP