I am currently a mechanical engineering undergrad with a minor in mathematics. I have been thinking about what I want to do after I graduate. One of the great benefits of having an engineering degree is the copious amounts of opportunities available to me. Two routes that I am interested are, obivously, engineering and the other being investments/finance/banking.
My plan so far is to graduate and get my master's of ME. Work for a few years in engineering and get some experience and then possibly move into investments or finance. Ultimately, I would like to get my MBA from a Top 5 Program. I feel by doing this It will open some doors otherwise not opened. I feel that this would help me network and possibly get a better at either a investment/finance company or a high managerial position in a mostly engineering company.
In the end I would like to fullfil my dream of starting my own company. I would like to start a business that works with engineers and scientists to implement their products or devices/ideas into the real world. Either buying their patent rights or investing in their products under my own companies label.
My question is does this seem like a reasonable plan. I know things may change and I may find something I'd rather stick with along the way but does havinging an MBA after a MSME at all bad?