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ello guys, I wanted some help reading weather to go for a graduate degree in Engineering management. I have not yet to read anything positive about this major. I am almost finished with my bachelors in Engineering Sciences From Stony Brook University, and I have applied and been excepted in the engineering management program at Syracuse University. I wanted to know if it is worth it. It would be great to hear from someone who is actually familiar with the degree or someone who has done something like it. I wanted to know if it give me a better chance of getting a job. So far I haven't had much luck finding anything because my major is not specific enough. I have not been told that in any interviews, but the more job add I read the more I realize that I lack real engineering knowledge. I have also read any a few forums that MBA is a better route, but due to my GPA and lack of skills in taking the GMAT I would not have had any luck in getting in a good school. I just want some help and guidance. Can anyone please help?