Tennesee vs Cincinnati for MBA?


manojbala

Hi All,

I have admits from University of Tennessee Knoxville and University of Cincinnati for full time MBA program.

Both have decent MBA programs. UT Knoxville is ranked 11 for Supply Chain Management(My intended major) while Cincinnati is a major hub for many fortune 500 companies.

Which of the two do you think has a better MBA program ...

Thanks

Hi All,

I have admits from University of Tennessee Knoxville and University of Cincinnati for full time MBA program.

Both have decent MBA programs. UT Knoxville is ranked 11 for Supply Chain Management(My intended major) while Cincinnati is a major hub for many fortune 500 companies.

Which of the two do you think has a better MBA program ...

Thanks
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Duncan

Try this: Shortcut to find the best US MBA www.find-mba.com/board/36065

Try this: Shortcut to find the best US MBA www.find-mba.com/board/36065
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manojbala

Duncan,
Thanks,I will look at the link.
Which of the two is a better choice according to you..I'm confused.

Duncan,
Thanks,I will look at the link.
Which of the two is a better choice according to you..I'm confused.
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Duncan

I'd just use the method outlined in the post above. It all depends on your goals as well.

I'd just use the method outlined in the post above. It all depends on your goals as well.
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Razors Edg...

I couldn't say which would be better for your intended career path. However, UT Knoxville does place on Businesweek's full-time ranking, while Cincinnati does not.

Also, if you plan on a career in supply chain, maybe check out this list?

http://www.find-mba.com/specializations/39/supply-chain-management

Looks like ASU Carey, Rutgers are good. Not to mention Michigan Broad and Smeal, both in great locations for supply chain placements.

I couldn't say which would be better for your intended career path. However, UT Knoxville does place on Businesweek's full-time ranking, while Cincinnati does not.

Also, if you plan on a career in supply chain, maybe check out this list?

http://www.find-mba.com/specializations/39/supply-chain-management

Looks like ASU Carey, Rutgers are good. Not to mention Michigan Broad and Smeal, both in great locations for supply chain placements.
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Hey did you decide? I am also interested in Knoxville, and want to go into supply chain too. I would be interested in hearing about your decision.

Hey did you decide? I am also interested in Knoxville, and want to go into supply chain too. I would be interested in hearing about your decision.
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