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COMPARE Georgia Tech QCF vs Rutgers MSMF

NOTE: the older threads on this topic are not available/have been removed, so I am posting this again. Please do not link the older posts on this topic, I have tried those links already.

Hi all, I'm currently deciding between these two programs and am wondering whether (as a NJ resident) the Georgia Tech QCF program is worth the additional $7000/semester. Does anyone have a good knowledge of both programs, namely their curriculums and job placements? Which has a better curriculum for students interested in algorithmic trading?