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Don't quite understand MiM

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New post 23 Mar 2018, 15:18
I am having a tough time understanding the MiM. For someone with no applicable experience what can you possibly do? Obviously you wont become a manager without having worked up from another position. Is it comparable to a business administration degree in terms of entry level jobs? I currently have a bachelor's in chemistry but would like to transition into business. I am just not sure what the possibilities are after the MiM, can someone please elaborate? Thank you

BTW I am in the US, if that makes a difference. Is this program worthwhile for the US? I would definitely attend one here if I were to decide on a MiM.
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New post 30 Mar 2018, 06:57
Hey Denis92,

Firstly, I would advise you to check out our MBA v/s MiM page, because I believe you’re confused between the target audiences of both the degrees.
Here is the link to the page:

Basically, MBA is targeted at experienced professionals who want to enter a mid-level job after the completion of the degree, whereas the MiM is targeted at people with 0-2 years of work experience who, after graduation, will get an entry-level management position. Here, you won’t be managing people from the onset, but you will be working in the analyst level, and will work your way up to handling teams in 1-2 years as you grow into the role and get promoted to a manager later. There are several possibilities as you can enter almost any industry – from Consulting to even Manufacturing.

The program is worthwhile in the US especially due to presence of many quality options. Duke, Michigan and Babson have good MiM programs. Cornell also has an MPS program, which is very similar to the MiM degree.

Check out this link for more information on pursuing the MiM from the US:
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