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MBA in MIS [#permalink] New post 23 Sep 2008, 20:17
Hi ,

i am having 1.5 years of IT experinence , i am planning for higher studies in US , at present i am workin as a software engineer , i am confused which path to take , whether an MBA in finance or MIS , i know it depends on individual interest , but i want to know how are the job prospects for a MIS guy , and is 1.5 yrs of experience + a gmat score of 690 n above is enough to get admissions in good universities . please put in your views .
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Re: MBA in MIS [#permalink] New post 03 Oct 2008, 18:57
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With the economy right now, your question is a difficult one to answer. Additionaly 1.5 years is minimal experience, and I'm not sure what you define as 'good'. Many people on this board tend to focus on the top 5 to the top 15, but many universities within the top 50 are good universities to attend.

I would suggest you look at universities you are interested in, attend information sessions, and gain a sense of what you think you would enjoy academically and socially. With 1.5 years, you have time, don't rush this decision.
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Re: MBA in MIS [#permalink] New post 15 Oct 2008, 04:56
If you decided to go the MIS route, the University of Washington has a strong MIS/MBA program. The school isn't ranked as high as most of the schools people are going after here, but for MIS its a strong option. I believe the MIS/MBA is a 3 yr program. They also have a "Technology Management MBA." What the difference is, I don't know.
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