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I am kind of thinking about ditching law/law school for a career in admissions.... I worked at GW's undergraduate admissions office for two and a half years, but only as an admissions representative/assistant. What qualifications do you need to be an Admissions Director/Assistant Director? Do you need an MBA/M.Ed/PHD? Which is the best degree to have for this kind of work?
Ideally, I would like to work for a school like GW/BU/Tulane/NYU... like a semi-competitive urban private school.