MBA in Business Admin

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  1. Jim Jeffreys

    Jim Jeffreys New Member

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    Hi,

    I have recently completed my bachelors; and looking forward to go for masters. My priority is in MBA in Business Admin. I have been digging on the internet and found an online domain where many programs are listed : - https://www.cbuonline.edu/

    The programs listed here seem to be great. Please help me out in selecting one out of these so that I may give a kick start to my career. Looking forward from some serious help.
     
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    I'm not sure that I'd say "many." Perhaps a "handful." In any case, there are over 200 online MBA programs in the USA alone and so if you want "serious help" then you're going to need to say something about your career goals, expense requirements, possible concentrations, geography, etc.
     
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    An often overlooked, and potentially very important, question is; where did you earn your undergraduate degree? Is the school regionally accredited, nationally accredited, or unaccredited? Your options can depend very much on that.

    Also, what are your goals with the MBA degree? Employment, personal satisfaction, a teaching credential, or something different?
     
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    You have to specify what is your concentration in MBA. What is the purpose of your MBA? What is the price range on the program? If you earn an MBA without experience, then it just like without an MBA. I would recommend you to look for the most prestigious MBA program as possible. The alumni networking of the program is equal important to the program itself.
     
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    It is an amazing career option for aspirants trying to become a business administrator. Therefore, to pursue your dreams, you can join executive MBA course from ITM University. It offers executive course, which you can pursue even with your current job. This course gives insight to the students’ regarding latest industry trends. You can choose any specialization such as logistics, HR, marketing, finance, banking, international business, hospitality, insurance and others.
     
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    Truly amazing. Do they have programs like this in Mumbai?
     
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    One of the major components of an MBA is the networking component and the ability to meet other future business leaders in your area. Furthermore, it gains you access to their alumni network and potentially opens doors for other such alumni if you continue to work in that area in the future.

    So - if you have a specific place that you're hoping to live one day then you might consider a school local to that area that offers an online program.

    That is exactly what motivated me into choosing the University of the Incarnate Word for my MBA. I'm originally from San Antonio and hope to move back there in the next few years. San Antonio isn't a major college town, but UIW is very highly regarded locally (despite being much less known nationally). Furthermore, they offered an online MBA at very reasonable rates ($250 per hour for active duty military - plus books were provided free of charge). It was a perfect match and pretty much impossible to turn down.

    Just my two cents, but with MBA's it's often something worth considering.
     
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    An "MBA in Business Admin" is kind of redundant since the degree is a Masters of Business Administration to begin with. Normally you get an MBA with a heavier concentration in a specific business discipline.
     
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    Classic case of RAS Syndrome, eh?
     
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    Heh, indeed.
     

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