MS in USA Looking for MBA Options


revchem

Hi All,

I have MS in Chemical Engineering in USA and have worked in Oil and Gas industry for close to 9 years. I am looking to move into management options but would need an MBA to acquire knowledge in business and make the transition. I am not interested in EMBA or part time MBA. I am looking for full time MBA. Have spoken to many current students and admissions officer who are a bit gasped about the years of experience and think of me as seasoned (glad they did not call me as old).

Is there any degree that will help me to get into rotational developement program offered by many Energy companies. I am an Indian citizen. I am looking in USA as it is a familiar patch to work with. UK looks like the job opportunitis for international is very difficult.

Looking forward for suggestions.

Hi All,

I have MS in Chemical Engineering in USA and have worked in Oil and Gas industry for close to 9 years. I am looking to move into management options but would need an MBA to acquire knowledge in business and make the transition. I am not interested in EMBA or part time MBA. I am looking for full time MBA. Have spoken to many current students and admissions officer who are a bit gasped about the years of experience and think of me as seasoned (glad they did not call me as old).

Is there any degree that will help me to get into rotational developement program offered by many Energy companies. I am an Indian citizen. I am looking in USA as it is a familiar patch to work with. UK looks like the job opportunitis for international is very difficult.

Looking forward for suggestions.
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aslamo

What schools have you enquired about? The typical work experience for top US schools is around 4-6 years. If you've got 9 years work experience that doesn't sound so far above the average?

[Edited by aslamo on Sep 25, 2020]

What schools have you enquired about? The typical work experience for top US schools is around 4-6 years. If you've got 9 years work experience that doesn't sound so far above the average?
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Duncan

The one year options at Kellogg, Cornell and Cornell Tech seem relevant. 

The one year options at Kellogg, Cornell and Cornell Tech seem relevant. 
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mba hipste...

You would fit right in at any of the top programs, barring a few (Stanford comes to mind). 9 years of work experience is nothing to worry about. 

You would fit right in at any of the top programs, barring a few (Stanford comes to mind). 9 years of work experience is nothing to worry about. 
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