Hi there! I’m not sure if you remember me from last year when I was finishing my BA but now we’re done that!Baruch Hashem I got my BA. I am now exploring MBA options. Does anyone have any idea’s for me?
First- Is it worth the 2 years of time and effort? My other option is to work in a real job and get hands on experience. Is a standard MBA (not from an ivy league college) worth a lot?
If yes, did you get an MBA recently? From where? Please tell me about it.
All info would be a help, thanks a lot!!
what does MBA stand for
grw- Mational Basketball Association
Master of Business Administration.
I hold one.
You need to ask this on a website which discusses this.
I think it’s better to get hands on experience
companies always say they need experience
MBA’s are not worth much these days, especially if its not from an ivy league school. This may change by the time you graduate, but this is the reality today.
Businesses want people with experience, and the more specialized the experience the better. An MBA gives one general knowledge in a lot of different areas- knowledge one who has been in yeshiva full time may not have. But to get a job it may be better to know what field you want to work in and tailor your education and experience accordingly.