MBA California


masterXX

Hello Adriana,
Happy New Year! Did you get any further with your research, or is there some other info I could help you out with?

Hello Adriana,
Happy New Year! Did you get any further with your research, or is there some other info I could help you out with?
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alphabet

I am also looking into the MBA/JD joint program at USD. Is there anything you can tell me about the benefits of the joint program vice choosing either the MBA or JD program?

I am also looking into the MBA/JD joint program at USD. Is there anything you can tell me about the benefits of the joint program vice choosing either the MBA or JD program?
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masterXX

in general the joint degrees take longer, I can't remember about USD how long takes their MBA/JD. The benefit is to have a two degrees which would require a lot of time, energy and especially costs to do one after the other. But it's intense in terms of studies, and as you know an MBA alone is already challenging...

in general the joint degrees take longer, I can't remember about USD how long takes their MBA/JD. The benefit is to have a two degrees which would require a lot of time, energy and especially costs to do one after the other. But it's intense in terms of studies, and as you know an MBA alone is already challenging...
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Dear Adriana:

If I can provide any information regarding the University of La Verne's MBA, Masters in Health Admin, or Masters in Gerontology, please don't hesitate to email.

[email protected]

Regards,
Leigh Devereaux, Ph.D.
Associate Director of Web Marketing
University of La Verne

Dear Adriana:

If I can provide any information regarding the University of La Verne's MBA, Masters in Health Admin, or Masters in Gerontology, please don't hesitate to email.

[email protected]

Regards,
Leigh Devereaux, Ph.D.
Associate Director of Web Marketing
University of La Verne
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maite

Hello Leigh, I´m not really into Health care, but more interested in a double degree Law/MBA. Does your school offer something like this?

Hello Leigh, I´m not really into Health care, but more interested in a double degree Law/MBA. Does your school offer something like this?
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york

Here are two videos with some nice shots of the major business schools in California

MBA Programs in Northern California:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFJmQvwpNbo

MBA Programs in Southern California:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKOr3Bt4mKQ

Here are two videos with some nice shots of the major business schools in California

MBA Programs in Northern California:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFJmQvwpNbo

MBA Programs in Southern California:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKOr3Bt4mKQ
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What Are The Top MBA Programs?

If you've read my postings on the Businessweek, GMATClub, or WallStreetOasis forums, you'll undoubtedly know that I try to avoid the rankings talk. Rankings debates usually disintegrate into pissing matches, with the resulting discussion exaggerating the differences that no one else but applicants and students would actually care about.

What I've posted below isn't something I care too much about, but it seems like enough people are curious about my opinion as an admissions consultant. This is the first and last place I will post anything about rankings.

Here?s how the tiers more or less break down:

Top Three: HBS, Stanford, Wharton (some say Wharton is just a rung below HBS and Stanford but above Kellogg, MIT, Chicago, Columbia or Tuck, which I won?t dispute ? opinions vary).

Elite Eight: Top 3 plus Kellogg, MIT, Chicago, Columbia and Tuck. Some say Tuck is just a rung below; again opinions vary.

Sweet Sixteen: Elite 8, plus Michigan, Duke, Darden, NYU, Berkeley, UCLA, Cornell, Yale (some will say that Cornell and Yale are just a rung below, but again opinions vary).

Rest of the Best: These are the top regional schools including (in no particular order) UT-Austin, Georgetown, USC, UNC, Emory, Babson, Indiana, Purdue, Notre Dame, Maryland, Carnegie Mellon.

Big Two International: It?s basically INSEAD and London Business School (LBS), and then everyone else. The caliber of the student body and reputation of both these schools are comparable to the US Elite Eight.

There is no material difference in reputation between schools within the same tier. In other words, don't ask whether Columbia has a better reputation than Chicago or Kellogg, because other than the alums and students, no one cares!

What Are The Top MBA Programs?

If you've read my postings on the Businessweek, GMATClub, or WallStreetOasis forums, you'll undoubtedly know that I try to avoid the rankings talk. Rankings debates usually disintegrate into pissing matches, with the resulting discussion exaggerating the differences that no one else but applicants and students would actually care about.

What I've posted below isn't something I care too much about, but it seems like enough people are curious about my opinion as an admissions consultant. This is the first and last place I will post anything about rankings.

Here?s how the tiers more or less break down:

Top Three: HBS, Stanford, Wharton (some say Wharton is just a rung below HBS and Stanford but above Kellogg, MIT, Chicago, Columbia or Tuck, which I won?t dispute ? opinions vary).

Elite Eight: Top 3 plus Kellogg, MIT, Chicago, Columbia and Tuck. Some say Tuck is just a rung below; again opinions vary.

Sweet Sixteen: Elite 8, plus Michigan, Duke, Darden, NYU, Berkeley, UCLA, Cornell, Yale (some will say that Cornell and Yale are just a rung below, but again opinions vary).

Rest of the Best: These are the top regional schools including (in no particular order) UT-Austin, Georgetown, USC, UNC, Emory, Babson, Indiana, Purdue, Notre Dame, Maryland, Carnegie Mellon.

Big Two International: It?s basically INSEAD and London Business School (LBS), and then everyone else. The caliber of the student body and reputation of both these schools are comparable to the US Elite Eight.

There is no material difference in reputation between schools within the same tier. In other words, don't ask whether Columbia has a better reputation than Chicago or Kellogg, because other than the alums and students, no one cares!


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sinan

Hello everybody,
I'd like to do an MBA in California - which are the good schools? I am interested in all information, the school does not have to be in sacramento

Hello everybody,
I'd like to do an MBA in California - which are the good schools? I am interested in all information, the school does not have to be in sacramento
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ralph

Hello everybody,
I'd like to do an MBA in California - which are the good schools? I am interested in all information, the school does not have to be in sacramento


Good, because most of the best schools are not in Sacramento. It would be good to know your profile: how much and what kind of work experience, GMAT score, and other career and academic background.

That aside, check out the article here:
http://www.find-mba.com/article/342/a-place-in-the-sun-mba-programs-in-california

And go through the list: what specialization interests you? If you want to be an entrepreneur, check out Stanford for its proximity to Silicon Valley. If you're interested in media and film management, check out a school like USC or UCLA with proximity to Hollywood. SDSU has a good sports management program. UC Davis has good wine and agriculture programs.

It all depends on (1) what interests you, and (2) where you want to be.

<blockquote>Hello everybody,
I'd like to do an MBA in California - which are the good schools? I am interested in all information, the school does not have to be in sacramento
</blockquote>

Good, because most of the best schools are not in Sacramento. It would be good to know your profile: how much and what kind of work experience, GMAT score, and other career and academic background.

That aside, check out the article here:
http://www.find-mba.com/article/342/a-place-in-the-sun-mba-programs-in-california

And go through the list: what specialization interests you? If you want to be an entrepreneur, check out Stanford for its proximity to Silicon Valley. If you're interested in media and film management, check out a school like USC or UCLA with proximity to Hollywood. SDSU has a good sports management program. UC Davis has good wine and agriculture programs.

It all depends on (1) what interests you, and (2) where you want to be.
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sinan

well actually i study architectural engineering and i would like to continue studying mba for engineering in Sacramento or in California generally

well actually i study architectural engineering and i would like to continue studying mba for engineering in Sacramento or in California generally
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ralph

well actually i study architectural engineering and i would like to continue studying mba for engineering in Sacramento or in California generally

Not really a lot of those engineering-oriented programs in the Sacramento area, but there are some in California more generally. Check these out to start with:

Cal Poly/Orfalea
Loyola Marymount
San Jose State

<blockquote>well actually i study architectural engineering and i would like to continue studying mba for engineering in Sacramento or in California generally </blockquote>
Not really a lot of those engineering-oriented programs in the Sacramento area, but there are some in California more generally. Check these out to start with:

Cal Poly/Orfalea
Loyola Marymount
San Jose State
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sinan

well actually i study architectural engineering and i would like to continue studying mba for engineering in Sacramento or in California generally

Not really a lot of those engineering-oriented programs in the Sacramento area, but there are some in California more generally. Check these out to start with:

Cal Poly/Orfalea
Loyola Marymount
San Jose State


ok thanx aloot a will search in .calpoly

<blockquote><blockquote>well actually i study architectural engineering and i would like to continue studying mba for engineering in Sacramento or in California generally </blockquote>
Not really a lot of those engineering-oriented programs in the Sacramento area, but there are some in California more generally. Check these out to start with:

Cal Poly/Orfalea
Loyola Marymount
San Jose State</blockquote>

ok thanx aloot a will search in .calpoly
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