I am planning to do either an MBA or MS MIS in US. I don't know what to choose. I feel both are better. Which would add more value in the Job Market?What would be the wise decision? I got a seat in Texas A %26amp; M for MS MIS and MBA in American, Northeastern universitt, Texas Christian Univ
Univ at Buffalo,Howard University. Please suggest some good ones. Also, give a valuable reason to itIs doing an MS in International Business equal to an MBA?
It depends on your career objective. The MBA is a general business degree training students for top level management positions up to CEO or for those with entrepreneurial objectives of starting their own business. The Master of Science is a specialized degree in a particular field such as finance, chemistry, accounting, engineering, etc. training students for top level staff and research positions who prefer not to get into general management.
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