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New Post 9/22/2013 6:21 AM
User is offline ragas
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Specialization in business degree 

 Hi Members,

I am an IT programmer with 4years experience.I did my bachelors in computer sc and engineering from India.I Now am planning to go for MBA programs,Coming from IT background i would like to know what are the prospects of growth with Degree in MBA.Also kindly suggest me the domain to do my MBA, which would be better for the candidate lke me.Like for example would it be good for me to take up specialization whether Marketing,FInance,HR.I am very much confused.

 

Thanks,

Sagar

 
New Post 11/9/2013 9:59 PM
User is offline Chris Adams
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Re: Specialization in business degree 

Your MBA focus should align with the type of career you would like.  What are your goals after school? What do you enjoy?


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New Post 11/13/2013 9:12 AM
User is offline dldelancey
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Re: Specialization in business degree 

I'm not clear on whether or not you intend to pursue business analysis?  Or where you intend to pursue it?  Both matter.  For business analysts in the US, there is not much benefit to having an MBA. 

 
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