Hello jessenchester, thanks for your questions.
I am not intimately familiar with which programs excel in technology, but here is the US News & World Report ranking based on the specialty “information systems”:http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandr ... s-rankings
It’s hard for me to make a pronouncement on your chances without more information. Broadly, I will say that your competitiveness will ultimately come down to the quality of your leadership experience. Can you draw upon “moments” when you truly led: influenced individuals and organizations, drove results, took initiative? You need not have managed direct reports to have accomplished the aforementioned.
Also, you mention weak extracurriculars. This need not be just official community service. You might also speak to your passions and interests as vehicles through which you have done good for the world. Top programs do value what you’ve done outside of work, so the more you can make this case, the more compelling your application will be.
My biggest question for you is why do you need an MBA? If you are a PM at Microsoft now with solid experience, what gaps stand between you and obtaining the PM jobs in California that you desire? Is an MBA the best way to address those gaps? You will need to demonstrate to the admissions committees that your desired career path necessitates an MBA.
I hope this helps.
Best of luck!
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