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Which schools should I go to?

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New post 05 Mar 2013, 08:24
First is my info: GMAT 710. No work experience but internships. Senior level undergraduate student and applied for MBA and MS schools in Management Information Systems Program.

Schools I got into:
1) Bentley University MS+MBA (full tuition scholarship)
2) University of Arizona, Eller MS (no scholarship information yet)
3) Arizona State University MS (no scholarship info)
4) Texas A&M University (no scholarship info)
5) University of Texas Dallas (no scholarship info)

Options:
1) go to Grad school directly. (MS? or MS+MBA?)
2) Work first. ( There is a chance that I will get the job offer from my former internship company. Should I work there if I get the job in the computer science field? I am afraid of letting the full tuition scholarship go?)

If you were me, what option would you choose, given the information I provided? Thank you so much for your time reading this post. That means a lot to me.

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GMAT 1: 660 Q44 V37
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New post 05 Mar 2013, 10:05
zwin13 wrote:
First is my info: GMAT 710. No work experience but internships. Senior level undergraduate student and applied for MBA and MS schools in Management Information Systems Program.

Schools I got into:
1) Bentley University MS+MBA (full tuition scholarship)
2) University of Arizona, Eller MS (no scholarship information yet)
3) Arizona State University MS (no scholarship info)
4) Texas A&M University (no scholarship info)
5) University of Texas Dallas (no scholarship info)

Options:
1) go to Grad school directly. (MS? or MS+MBA?)
2) Work first. ( There is a chance that I will get the job offer from my former internship company. Should I work there if I get the job in the computer science field? I am afraid of letting the full tuition scholarship go?)

If you were me, what option would you choose, given the information I provided? Thank you so much for your time reading this post. That means a lot to me.


What's your undergrad major? What type of job will you be offered, and what are the employment stats out of these MIS programs? How much better of a job do you expect to be offered with an MBA from these schools?

Personally, I'd do the MIS masters, and hold off on the MBA

Kudos [?]: 352 [0], given: 109

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