MBA for an IT professional


jjohn12

I have been working in the IT industry for 6 years. The client that I am working with was a credit card company. Working with this client has led me to take an interest in the banking and finance business side of my job.

At this point I want to advance my career graph and at the same time am also looking to focus more on the finance and business side of things in the industry. Can you please suggest which MBA would be beneficial to me?

I have been working in the IT industry for 6 years. The client that I am working with was a credit card company. Working with this client has led me to take an interest in the banking and finance business side of my job.

At this point I want to advance my career graph and at the same time am also looking to focus more on the finance and business side of things in the industry. Can you please suggest which MBA would be beneficial to me?
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Duncan

I think any accredited MBA would help you, and especially those with a focus on finance. Take a look at http://www.find-mba.com/search

I think any accredited MBA would help you, and especially those with a focus on finance. Take a look at http://www.find-mba.com/search
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ezra

What about a program that has strong connections to technology but places a lot of people in finance? The interplay between money and the IT industry is interesting - and you might benefit from better insight into the complexities of how tech works. Carnegie Mellon - Tepper might be a good place to look, as would Pennsylvania - Smeal.

But if you're interested in the tech industry finance as it relates to entrepreneurship (as in Silicon Valley startup funding, venture capital, etc,) Haas is the place to go.

What about a program that has strong connections to technology but places a lot of people in finance? The interplay between money and the IT industry is interesting - and you might benefit from better insight into the complexities of how tech works. Carnegie Mellon - Tepper might be a good place to look, as would Pennsylvania - Smeal.

But if you're interested in the tech industry finance as it relates to entrepreneurship (as in Silicon Valley startup funding, venture capital, etc,) Haas is the place to go.
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yog55

You can choose a MBA courses in which you have interest. There are lots of universities offering lots of MBA courses in different fields.

Ravi
utm.ac.in

You can choose a MBA courses in which you have interest. There are lots of universities offering lots of MBA courses in different fields.

Ravi
utm.ac.in
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