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2nd Bachelors in top 10 vs Masters in not so top

2nd Bachelors in top 10 vs Masters in not so top

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Hi All,
I am new here and was wondering if someone could give their opinion on my situation. I am currently in an Industrial Engineering 2nd Bachelors program at a non-ranked but ABET Accredited school. Since I have a previous Bachelors degree in Psychology my department stated that I could go ahead and enter the MSIE with a focus in Human Factors program.

I also recently was admitted to a top 10 BSIE program.

Which would be the best route to take knowledge wise? Professionally? Would I be missing information by skipping the BSIE?

I'm not sure if I want to get a PhD, but I would like to leave the option on the table for down the road.

Also, how is the field of human factors? It seems like interesting work. I really enjoy math, as I am doing research with the math department currently, and was hoping that HF would have a quantitative side as well.

I have also seen conflicting information on starting salaries with an MS, anyone have an idea?

If you have no clue, and you know where I can go look for this information I would love to hear that as well!
Thanks

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