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B-schools off Part time MBA in the Bay area, california

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B-schools off Part time MBA in the Bay area, california [#permalink] New post 14 Jul 2006, 14:28
Hi,
I am new to this great forum.
I would like to know your opinion on the following B-school who offer part time MBA programs in the San Francisco Bay area:

UC Berkeley;
UCLA;
Santa Clara University;
UC Davis;

How do you rank them?
I am 36 with MS in EE and with 10 yrs of high tech work exp. as an engineer.
I am preparing for my GMAT right now and I learned so much from this forum.

Thanks,

NewBman
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Re: B-schools off Part time MBA in the Bay area, california [#permalink] New post 20 Jul 2006, 12:23
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NewBman wrote:
Hi,
I am new to this great forum.
I would like to know your opinion on the following B-school who offer part time MBA programs in the San Francisco Bay area:

UC Berkeley;
UCLA;
Santa Clara University;
UC Davis;

How do you rank them?
I am 36 with MS in EE and with 10 yrs of high tech work exp. as an engineer.
I am preparing for my GMAT right now and I learned so much from this forum.

Thanks,

NewBman


NewBman,

I hesitate to rank the schools without knowing your goals because they have strengths in different areas. UCLA is better than Haas in terms of the media industry; Haas is better than UCLA in technology management, and so on. But as a general rule, I would rank them as follows:

1. Haas
2. UCLA
3. UC Davis
4. Santa Clara

Hope this helps,
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