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MSBA from Columbia vs MISM-BIDA from CMU

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Which is better: MSBA from Columbia (offered by IEOR in association with Columbia Business School (CBS)) vs MISM-BIDA from CMU (offered at Heinz)? I have MBA from IIM and currently working as analytics & automation manager (4 years of relevant experience) in India. I am interested in Managerial/consulting positions in US after completion of the MSBA. 1. Will my MBA degree will be counted while I apply for jobs after completion of the MSBA program? 2. Is Columbia better because of the association of the CBS in the program? 3. CMU BIDA has a higher avg salary than Columbia general analytics program in IEOR department which is strange given the location advantage to Columbia? 4. Columbia 's program is a new just started this year but CMU program is old and has large alumni base in the industry which I can take advantage of.

Please help me in deciding between these two schools with your valuable inputs?

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Which is better: MSBA from Columbia (offered by IEOR in association with Columbia Business School (CBS)) vs MISM-BIDA from CMU (offered at Heinz)? I have MBA from IIM and currently working as analytics & automation manager (4 years of relevant experience) in India. I am interested in Managerial/consulting positions in US after completion of the MSBA. 1. Will my MBA degree will be counted while I apply for jobs after completion of the MSBA program? 2. Is Columbia better because of the association of the CBS in the program? 3. CMU BIDA has a higher avg salary than Columbia general analytics program in IEOR department which is strange given the location advantage to Columbia? 4. Columbia 's program is a new just started this year but CMU program is old and has large alumni base in the industry which I can take advantage of.

Please help me in deciding between these two schools with your valuable inputs?

Thanks in advance.

Columbia analytics is relatively new program. Having said that ,New York is kinda of silicon valley for data analytics. CMU would give you access to resources in and around Boston.As far as career services is concerned ,they are good. One of my friends is an alumni . He is currently working in Aethna as data engineer.

I would definitely recommend Columbia,but choice is yours.
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Where did you end up going and how has your experience been so far?
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