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Recommendations for Technology/Product Management Special. [#permalink] New post 16 Sep 2006, 12:18
Hi,

I am looking at MBA with specialization in Technology/Product Management.
Target career right after MBA: Product management for IT (software) products.

I have shortlisted the following MBA programmes which are good at Marketing/Product management/Strategy electives, and technology companies hire from these campuses. Can you please comment on it / suggest any more?
    Queen's 1-year MBA (MBAst)
    Berkely (Haas) 2-year MBA
    Yale 2-year MBA
    MIT (Sloan) 2-year MBA


Are there any others?

Thanks.
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Re: Recommendations for Technology/Product Management Specia [#permalink] New post 18 Sep 2006, 18:59
tehcalvin wrote:
Hi,

I am looking at MBA with specialization in Technology/Product Management.
Target career right after MBA: Product management for IT (software) products.

I have shortlisted the following MBA programmes which are good at Marketing/Product management/Strategy electives, and technology companies hire from these campuses. Can you please comment on it / suggest any more?
    Queen's 1-year MBA (MBAst)
    Berkely (Haas) 2-year MBA
    Yale 2-year MBA
    MIT (Sloan) 2-year MBA

Are there any others?

Thanks.


tehcalvin,

Your list makes sense, but you could also consider Duke, Michigan, Texas, Chicago, Virginia, Tuck, Wharton, and CMU. They all have criteria you listed though with varying strength in each.

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 [#permalink] New post 19 Sep 2006, 08:23
Thank you, Paul.
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tehcalvin wrote:
Thank you, Paul.


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