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I just met a guy for drinks that's a Duke and Kellogg admit. He's not sure which way to go. He's considering the Kellogg dual degree in Master's of Engineering Management/MBA and the regular full-time Duke MBA.
Does anyone know anyone in the dual degree MEM/MBA program at Kellogg? I was hoping that someone on this forum would have an opinion either way so I can help the guy out.
MMM program is a great program. It and MIT's LFM are probably the two big name ME/MBA programs. Its a smaller part of the MBA program and seems to actually have even better placement stats. I would say if you want supply chain, ops, or even consulting (McKinsey seems to like them a lot) you probably cant do any better than MMM or LFM. _________________
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I don't know too much yet about the MMM program, but I was very impressed by a couple of the LFMs I met at Sloan (I assume MMM is similar enough to LFM). I think the recruiting stats were stronger for LFMs than the general Sloan population, and their incoming stats were also slightly higher. I think career options are wide open, with a mild expectation/belief that you will go into supply chain, ops, manufacturing, etc.
MMM program is a great program. It and MIT's LFM are probably the two big name ME/MBA programs. Its a smaller part of the MBA program and seems to actually have even better placement stats. I would say if you want supply chain, ops, or even consulting (McKinsey seems to like them a lot) you probably cant do any better than MMM or LFM.
Is the MMM more expensive than the current MIT LGO program? I still don't quite understand why the number of applicants are so low for these like the LGO? It seems to be very good value for the $ and are the options really that limited? _________________
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Re: Kellogg Dual MEM/MBA vs. Duke
17 Oct 2015, 05:16