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May 25, 2010


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Thanks so much! I hope you found some helpful info.

Great info! There are even online MBA programs options for people that may already have the undergraduate degree and work experience.


Enjoyed reading your article. I think it can sometimes be difficult in making that decision on a business degree program. Often times I think the individual doesn't have all the facts or realize what may be involved in a particular career choice. Fortunately the internet has added a great deal to eliminating much of the guess work that use to require a lot more research.

Since everything has to do with technology, if you are smart enough to do it, go for something in the coding, system admin or website marketing areas. Wouldn't it be nice to work in your Pjs?

Thanks for the information to choose the business degree..An i feel that MBA is the best degree for that..

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