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Hello,
I wanted to apply for MBA program in the US firstly, but with my GMAT 630 I understood that I have no chance. So I decided that I can get the same benefits that are important for me (western business degree + experience of living and working in the US) from MS program. Moreover with my previous STEM degree (I have Master's in Computer Science) I can find STEM eligible program, and get the opportunity to work 3 years after graduation in US.
Now I'm looking for MS in Business Analytics, MS in Marketing (the most interesting for me), MS in Engineering Management (and variation like Manufacturing Management or Information System Management), and MS in Supply Chain management. But, I can not find a good web resource with a list of STEM business program.
Do anybody know such web sites?
I began to make a list but it is really complicated task because I have to check all universities in US, it means hundreds of universities.
thanks for all who answer.
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New post 23 Jan 2019, 14:43
AndreyP wrote:
Hello,
I wanted to apply for MBA program in the US firstly, but with my GMAT 630 I understood that I have no chance. So I decided that I can get the same benefits that are important for me (western business degree + experience of living and working in the US) from MS program. Moreover with my previous STEM degree (I have Master's in Computer Science) I can find STEM eligible program, and get the opportunity to work 3 years after graduation in US.
Now I'm looking for MS in Business Analytics, MS in Marketing (the most interesting for me), MS in Engineering Management (and variation like Manufacturing Management or Information System Management), and MS in Supply Chain management. But, I can not find a good web resource with a list of STEM business program.
Do anybody know such web sites?
I began to make a list but it is really complicated task because I have to check all universities in US, it means hundreds of universities.
thanks for all who answer.



Hello AndreyP

To the best of my knowledge there is no such thing as list of STEM business programs.

However, you can check from official list of STEM programs which ones are business related :

https://www.ice.gov/sites/default/files ... m-list.pdf


I can offer you some guidance for concentrations that are both STEM and Business so you can get a picture, such us (but not limited to ) :

Digital Communication and Media/Multimedia

Computer and Information Sciences

Artificial Intelligence

Information Technology

Informatics

Computer and Information Sciences

Computer Programming

Information Science

Computer Science

Data Modeling

Educational Statistics and Research Methods

Computer Engineering

Operations Research

Mathematics and Statistics

Financial Mathematics

Computational Science

Econometrics and Quantitative Economics

Management Science

Business Statistics

Actuarial Science

Management Science and Quantitative Methods


If MS programs/specialization you target from particular school falls in this category, it is a STEM.


Good Luck :geek: :cool:
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Thanks for your answer, billionaire.
But the problem is that only the CIP code from that list can be confirmation of STEM eligibility but not just the name of the the program. And what is more interesting is that some universities say that their programs not included in official STEM list are eligible for STEM OPT extension. for example MS Marketing in Purdue University. So I hoped that it can be any resource that helps find master's degree with STEM filter.
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New post 29 Jan 2019, 05:45
This list is seriously required considering the current job scenario at US. Since STEM program gives 3 years of OPT, it will be beneficial in cost recovery of the MBA program. Many colleges are now coming up with MBA in data analytics. So we should target to find such courses in top colleges to get an advantage.
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Eventually I've made a spreadsheet with programs somehow connected with management, business, and technologies.
Typical names of programs are MS in Engineering Management, Management Information Systems, Technology Management, and Business Analytics. Additional benefit is lower tuition with good salary after graduation ranging from 84 to 120 k$. The question is where is cons?
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Why don't you try UTD's Naveen jindal school of management in the US? They have MBA plus Ms programs in various concentrations. Check their website out https://jindal.utdallas.edu/
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wish you a very good luck.
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New post 20 Mar 2019, 07:43
Abhi077 wrote:
MBA plus Ms programs

Thanks for your advise but I think that MBA + MS requires too big investments and the duration of such programs is two years.
UTD has good option MS Business Analytics and MS Information Technology Management. And it is good example that I'm concerned about.
Average salary for MSBA is higher than MSITM even though MSITM implies a management position.
Does it means that there is such a big need in business analysts in the US?
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