Part time MBA - Ohio state University Vs University of Cincinnati


Kay R
Hello

I am Kay, an Electrical Engineer with 3 years work experience. I have a Masters in Electrical engineer from University of Cincinnati.

I am looking to pursue part- time MBA (weekends). Applied to only two schools that I can travel to as I work in Cincinnati.

1. Fisher College of business (OSU)

2.Lindner School of business ( U. Of Cincinnati).

Have received admit from both and I am looking for some suggestions and opinion to guide me choose between the two.

I seek to specialise in Supply chain and logistics.

OSU has 48 credits to graduate / max of 6 credits a semester (part time )

UC has 36 credits to graduate / max of 9 credits a semester ( part time)

OSU cost per year is 32,250$ Approx. ( part time In state)

UC cost per year is 18,000$ Approx. ( part time)

Thank you

[Edited by Kay R on Nov 03, 2019]

Hello

I am Kay, an Electrical Engineer with 3 years work experience. I have a Masters in Electrical engineer from University of Cincinnati.

I am looking to pursue part- time MBA (weekends). Applied to only two schools that I can travel to as I work in Cincinnati.

1. Fisher College of business (OSU)

2.Lindner School of business ( U. Of Cincinnati).

Have received admit from both and I am looking for some suggestions and opinion to guide me choose between the two.

I seek to specialise in Supply chain and logistics.

OSU has 48 credits to graduate / max of 6 credits a semester (part time )

UC has 36 credits to graduate / max of 9 credits a semester ( part time)

OSU cost per year is 32,250$ Approx. ( part time In state)

UC cost per year is 18,000$ Approx. ( part time)

Thank you
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Duncan
Can you be a bit more specific about your goals? Why not take an MS in SCM?
Can you be a bit more specific about your goals? Why not take an MS in SCM?
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Kay R
Hello Duncan,

Thank you so much for your response.
I am sorry for not being clear. I have a MS in Electrical Engineering from U of Cincinnati. As a part of my current job at Honeywell, I seek to gain a business degree to work a little bit more on the management to move to upcoming leadership opportunities at work. I am working full time and wish to do a part time MBA and I do have my company partially sponsoring it, as it’s my growth with the company.
I have an admit in both these schools starting spring 2020 for a general MBA with a final semester where I get to elect a particular major I can specialize in.

Hope this sheds a little more light. Though I would like to specialize on supply chain and logistics; as most my work is involves it. I also would like a overall business acumen to help me understand the company’s business and stratégies for better management.

Thank you
Hello Duncan,

Thank you so much for your response.
I am sorry for not being clear. I have a MS in Electrical Engineering from U of Cincinnati. As a part of my current job at Honeywell, I seek to gain a business degree to work a little bit more on the management to move to upcoming leadership opportunities at work. I am working full time and wish to do a part time MBA and I do have my company partially sponsoring it, as it’s my growth with the company.
I have an admit in both these schools starting spring 2020 for a general MBA with a final semester where I get to elect a particular major I can specialize in.

Hope this sheds a little more light. Though I would like to specialize on supply chain and logistics; as most my work is involves it. I also would like a overall business acumen to help me understand the company’s business and stratégies for better management.

Thank you
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mba hipste...
Is there any preference at your current company (ie do the majority of C-level staff have a degree from one or the other?)

In general I would say the Fisher degree has the higher stature.
Is there any preference at your current company (ie do the majority of C-level staff have a degree from one or the other?)

In general I would say the Fisher degree has the higher stature.
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