Hello everyone, and happy holidays. I had a question that recently popped into my head as I am in my last three semesters of my undergraduate university. Some background, I am thinking of applying for a professional Masters degree (2 yrs long) before finding work in industry. But I was wondering, how much of the information (not the tools or techniques in lab/calculations), but the actual knowledge of science (ex. how we take courses that focus on certain aspects of cell biology) will be important and used in industry. I have heard from quite a few people that most of the time, when your given projects you will have to do background research and some of the information we study in school is not that important in a real life scenario other than for students in traditional Masters/PhD. So my question basically is if I should try to learn everything now in as much detail as possible or only what I am given to study? I know it may be a weird question, but I thought we could discuss it. Again Happy Holidays everyone.