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Hi , ​I was working in the costumer service & sales for more than 10 years,I was promoted until Supervisory Role. I have only High School degree.
I was living normal life which i found myself doing same thing without any Vision.
I'm looking for a new Advance career which allows me to build and grow faster and not to be Stuck in same industry .
Please any suggestion and orientation about which Business courses can i apply for, cheaper than MBA courses at least in the beginning.
My english is Normal so sorry if i make mistakes
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I would start with a few college or community college level courses in business to see if you have a material interest. Given your role in customer service and sales I would consider Marketing as the first course to take then move on to other core business classes like accounting, finance, and business stats. Start there and then gauge if going back for your bachelors degree makes sense for you and your career
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youssef3x wrote:
Hi , ​I was working in the costumer service & sales for more than 10 years,I was promoted until Supervisory Role. I have only High School degree.
I was living normal life which i found myself doing same thing without any Vision.
I'm looking for a new Advance career which allows me to build and grow faster and not to be Stuck in same industry .
Please any suggestion and orientation about which Business courses can i apply for, cheaper than MBA courses at least in the beginning.
My english is Normal so sorry if i make mistakes
Thanks in Advance
Best Regards


Hey there,
Well in order to proceed onto a Masters you would first need to obtain Bachelors degree. so I would suggest starting with that, business if that is your passion.

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