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New Post 7/14/2014 5:52 AM
User is offline PA
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Exec MBA for Business Analysts? 

Dear all,

I am an ecommerce BA for a large travel Multinational, though I hold a computer engineering degree for my undergraduation.

I want to study and grow towards higher functions in my career, so was thinking if an Executive MBA be very helpful for my profile?

I am a BA already, but I am looking for a push towards being in a more strategic and decision making role.

Please recommend!

 

Best regards,

Priyank

 
New Post 7/27/2014 6:21 PM
User is offline Chris Adams
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Re: Exec MBA for Business Analysts? 

An executive MBA can definitely help you achieve that next step and is typically a better ROI than a standard MBA when you consider the amount of time and salary you forgo over a 2 year period.

If you're lucky you can get you're company to cover the costs.


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