I have a slightly abnormal case. I am looking for further studies after more than a decade out of college.
So, I am not in touch with my college professors, besides I did not even do well in college (below my potential
) - esp. in last two years, due to the fact I was not interested in my Major and I was obsessed with programming. Though I did do well in mathematics course in first year - which was mostly Engineering maths centered around calculus.
And hence landed up in S/W programming - and have worked in great projects, with good companies all these years. After all these years, I felt like going back to higher studies, for various reasons.
So - effectively, I do not have anyone from college to write recommendation. How do universities view recommendations just from professional experience - and none from college
? I am not targeting top universities (and I can not afford to, after what happened in subj-gre). I am equally inclined towards courses of the type - financial engineering, some mix of maths and computer science, or just computer science.