I am an Electronics Engineer and is heavily troubling my mind for one year already what master degree to pick up,i know i have to make a wise choice.This is how i define wise choice: 1.A master degree should be a respected degree(obviously and the university) to a strict employer's eye.A respected degree means that the employer believes that the master degree is not a toilet paper! 2.I do not want and it is not possible to knock the door at each employer and ask him/her directly,they have better things to do....plus, i do not believe what the universities advertise for their degrees and i do not know any master graduates to get a feedback on how their degrees have helped them to land a desired job(some master graduate do provide feedback at their university website,so that kills their credibility,it's more like an advert to allure more suckers to join). 3.The degree does not have to be from the top 5 universities in the world rankings,because i am not that rich and i do not want to burn A LOT of thousands of money to get a degree that i might never be able to repay. 4. from a student's perspective it will give real working skills(expertise) to stand out from the crowd and not theoretical nonsense to memorise just for the purpose professors to have exam topics for the semester exams!I am specialising in engineering not philology!Engineering=not talk about it but make a system work,get my hands dirty. 5.the specific master(whatever it is that) will give me a good negotiation advantage to increase my salary demands. Considering the above,can you suggest some master degrees for an Electronics engineer you think worth doing and why?Which are respected and how do i discover the respected degrees??? Fields that look appealing to me:mobile communications,Information technology,all kinds of networks and telecommunications,security,embedded systems,robots to name a few. I reject vlsi design,power electronics,analog design,degrees dealing with energy(eg green energy,energy production in factories etc),Quality assurance and standards,management and anything similar to that.