University of Pittsburgh, B.S. in Computer Science and Mathematics (2009).
Originally Posted by stevenson100
I've always wondered outside of learning how to work with others, what is the real benefit of going to college for a young Entrepreneur? In what way has your degree made you more successful? (obviously outside of a profession like medical, law, etc.)
Aside from what you mentioned, I found that, for myself, the math and programming side of things taught me how to break down problems logically, and approach them from multiple angles to find the best solution. Even in my current role, where I deal with neither of these topics, I find that this type of logical thinking allows me to solve fairly rudimentary, day to day issues much easier, and quicker, than my peers (and no, it is not an attempt to brag or say I am smarter than them). While I'm sure you can argue genetics vs training, I have no doubt that, well, both help