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How signicant is the school to getting hired and higher pay? [#permalink] New post 11 May 2010, 21:44
Especially for part time or online MBA programs, do you think it matters alot which school you go to from the perspective of the employer. Obviously I want to learn the material as well as possible. I will be looking closely at the curriculum. I am asking from the perspective of a currently full time working professional with 20 yrs experience in management and leadership roles. I know that once on the job I don't look at credentials but output.

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Re: How signicant is the school to getting hired and higher pay? [#permalink] New post 15 May 2010, 11:46
If you go to UCLA part-time vs Cal State Los Angeles you will definitely make more over the course of your life. Recruiters may focus on full timers but many companies will see UCLA MBA and pick you over other applicants... where you go to school matters.
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Re: How signicant is the school to getting hired and higher pay? [#permalink] New post 01 Jun 2010, 02:32
It makes a significant difference that which school you joined for part time MBA. Accredited schools are always preferred by the employers and they appreciate the degree holders from there and it increases their chances of getting hired.
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