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New post 08 Feb 2005, 12:16
I'm looking for schools that specialize in MIS?

Also can someone advise me any advice on what to do? I have 2 summer internships and some consultant work. Currently I'm a junior majoring in Financial Economics with a CS minor. I want to go straight into grad school for an MBA. It doesn’t have to be any of the top schools, just one that is relatively good.

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New post 08 Feb 2005, 12:30
I would consider Case Western

http://www.weatherhead.cwru.edu/pdpao/u ... stems.html

Case Western:

"Can I apply if I have little significant work experience?
We recommend that you postpone your application if you have little or no full-time work experience. Exceptions include students who have worked their way throughout their college years, or who have had significant co-op work experiences as part of their college curriculum. "

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New post 08 Feb 2005, 12:55
Arizona (Eller) is also worth considering.


"Q. Do internships and part-time jobs count as work-experience?

A. While neither count as full-time work experience, both reveal relevant information about an applicant. Make sure to reference such work experience in your resume and essays when applicable."

Arizona offers an MS in MIS as well which has no work exp requirement.

http://mis.eller.arizona.edu/cgi-bin/we ... /index.cgi

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New post 08 Feb 2005, 13:52
Hjort wrote:
Arizona (Eller) is also worth considering.


Hjort, this is definitely a school that I'd consider. I just requested a catalog from them.

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