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Which Course to chose?

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Hi,

I will be appearing for my GMAT exam in January 2017. I am confused regarding choosing the 5 colleges to which I want to send my score to.

What should be the basic criteria for selection? My background is that I am a law undergrad with a little under 2 years of experience and average GPA.

I wish to pursue public policy majors but am confused regarding the route to take. Does a regular full time MBA provide an opportunity to study public policy/public administration? or is joint degree (MPP/MBA) the only option? What is the cost and ROI difference in regular MBA and a dual degree programme.

I also want to know the job prospects in terms of public policy major/MPP-MBA dual degree in comparison with regular MBA.

Also, could anyone suggest what other major would be more suitable for my profile if not Public Policy or a dual degree MPP-MBA?

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You will have to do some research to identify which schools offer this joint degree program. Generally, if you have an avg GPA you want to be at or slightly above the GMAT avg of the schools you target. But start by finding programs that fit your needs then look at the avg scores to figure out what you should be targeting
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What is your target/actual GMAT score?
There are a lot of programs out there, not necessarily dual degrees, that provide insight into public policy.

Please feel free to get in touch with us regarding applications and profile evaluation after you take your GMAT.
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ashikaverma13 wrote:
Hi,

I will be appearing for my GMAT exam in January 2017. I am confused regarding choosing the 5 colleges to which I want to send my score to.

What should be the basic criteria for selection? My background is that I am a law undergrad with a little under 2 years of experience and average GPA.

I wish to pursue public policy majors but am confused regarding the route to take. Does a regular full time MBA provide an opportunity to study public policy/public administration? or is joint degree (MPP/MBA) the only option? What is the cost and ROI difference in regular MBA and a dual degree programme.

I also want to know the job prospects in terms of public policy major/MPP-MBA dual degree in comparison with regular MBA.

Also, could anyone suggest what other major would be more suitable for my profile if not Public Policy or a dual degree MPP-MBA?

Thanks

Basically you send the scores to the schools you will apply to. If you haven't researched that enough, then you will just have to add schools later (although this costs a bit).

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