The specializations are a little bit of a joke in many cases - you display your competency beyond that. I forget, but I think I have specializations in Financial Instruments & Markets (which I truly did specialize in) and then could pick from Corporate Finance (kind of an accident, but arguably true) and Law & Business (frankly ridiculous).
If you have a bit of diversity across then it helps to tailor your resume, but mostly people want to see what you know, as opposed to what a specialization suggests you know. You can achieve specializations very easily or with taking really difficult classes, and that matters.
Financial Instruments and Markets, sounds like IB mixed with jason
Yes your right diversity helps tailor the resume, but dont you think when your applying for jobs your MBA reads
Did X,Y and Z, wow what does this guy really know well for me to pay bling, X, Y or Z.?
It might be harder to convince.
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