So I am needing some MORE advice... I graduate this month (WOOHOO) from Charter Oak thanks to this forum and all the helpful information over at instantcert with my BS in Information Systems Studies. Now I am moving on to grad school because if I don't knowing me, I won't go back. Background about me is I am a Product Manager for a software development company that provides financial services applications that are widely adopted and has several different divisions. I have been in software development for 10 years and in the financial services industry for 20. My role is equally IT based and business knowledge. Over the summer I am pursuing my PMP project management certification, which I started two years ago and stopped because of some health issues and wanting to concentrate on finishing my degree. This would be very helpful in my current role. I would like to move into a management or VP level role here at my organization but am not opposed to other local companies in the same field and there are several. My dilemma is I would like to move into a more compliance/fraud prevention/investigative/audit response role within IT or Business and I am at loss as to which Master's track to pursue. I was thinking the most open or widely applicable would be an MBA with an IT assurance or Security concentration. I cannot locate many programs like this though. But maybe an MS in IT Management could work. I have actually applied at Utica College to their MBA in Economic Crime and Fraud Management but they are not AACSB certified. Their relationship to ACAMS is what drew me in. However, the program is pricey at 855$ per credit hour. I am paying out of pocket for my degree so cost is a factor. Within the company there is no tuition reimbursement option and members selected by management for degree programs are sent to the Executive MBA program at the local Jacksonville University. I have reviewed programs at WTAMU and ENMU and USFSP. The USFSP looks the most appealing since I think I could waive the GMAT requirement and get in state tuition and they have both Information Systems and Forensic Accounting concentrations. Does anyone have any suggestions on which I should pursue or other options out there?