Well, firstly, McCombs is a very reputable b-school, so you couldn't go wrong there. In fact, with your foot in the door already, you should strongly consider applying there since the professors could help you get in. You didn't say why you wanted the MBA, but you'd need to be very clear on why you would quit the program you are in to go MBA in a way that will convince the adcoms you are not immature and indecisive, two solid reasons to send you out into the "real world" first for a few years. You will need to convince them you have enough work experience to bring something valuable to the classroom so those colleagues you will have next to you (with 5 plus years of business experience) will want you on their team because of your insights from your work. It might make sense to finish your Master's degree, work a couple of years and then go get your MBA. It would make it easier to get in, and it would actually only help you in the long run, since employers will want to see some good work experience in your background as well as the schools to which you apply. Employers, like B-schools, also expect you to have some substantial work experience.
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