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Georgia Tech QCF vs CMU MSCF?

Hi all, just looking for some opinions on these two courses. The only positive that I see Georgia Tech having over CMU currently is the tuition cost, which is a major factor for me unfortunately. Is the 30k extra tuition worth it for CMU, or am I underestimating the quality of Georgia Techs course? Any advice on the courses themselves and career outcomes would be much appreciated - thank you!
If tuition is really a big factor for you, then you might also want to consider Gatech. I think the curriculum there is solid. When coming to find a job, it always depends on who you are but not which program you are in eventually. And if tuition is not something that affects your decision too much, then cmu.