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University of Miami or Florida International [#permalink] New post 29 Apr 2004, 16:38
I've been accepted to MBA programs at Florida International University and University of Miami. Which one would you go for?
U of M will cost me a great deal more than FIU, but will an MBA from Miami be a better investment.
The FIU program is an IMBA (12 months), and the U of M is (21 months). I plan to go to law school after that.
I'm bewildered :roll:
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Re: University of Miami or Florida International [#permalink] New post 30 Apr 2004, 12:53
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I've been accepted to MBA programs at Florida International University and University of Miami. Which one would you go for?
U of M will cost me a great deal more than FIU, but will an MBA from Miami be a better investment.
The FIU program is an IMBA (12 months), and the U of M is (21 months). I plan to go to law school after that.
I'm bewildered :roll:


I"m sorry. I don't know enough about these two programs to advise you. But I can guide your research. Explore the career opportunities available to graduates of each program. For purposes of your research, pretend you are not planning to immediately attend law school. Where do graduates of these two programs work upon completing the degree? How much money do they make in the fields that you are most interested in?

Also, since you are not going to be getting a job immediately, which curriculum appeals to you more? If possible, spend a day at each school, attend classes, meet with the students.

My $.02: If you determine that FIU will allow you to accomplish your goals, save your money (and time) and go to FIU.

Good luck!

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