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nyu stern undergraduate or nyu mba?

creolekid4creolekid4 Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
edited June 2011 in New York University
I am student attending the university of Houston, but I am thinking about
transferring to nyu stern undergraduate. I have read on CC that nyu stern undergraduate
don't need to attend MBA programs because the program quality is that good on a global level. Do any of you CCs or nyu students think this true, or is the dean just trying to sell the program? Is the NYU MBA worth the time and money in a bad economy? I am tech sawy, interested in tech entrepreneurship, e-banking, and writing.

Transfer to NYU stern undergraduate or

Stay and graduate from University of Houston take g-mat to attend NYU MBA program.
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Replies to: nyu stern undergraduate or nyu mba?

  • MonoclideMonoclide Registered User Posts: 972 Member
    Graduate school is in a world of its own. There are usually not bad programs, but programs that specialize in different things. Stern is amazing for finance, but I'm not too sure how it ranks for tech related things. You'll have to sit down and really consider the best graduate school for that.

    However, Stern undergraduate is also a very strong program. I'd say it'd put you in a better position than University of Houston in terms of location and job prospects. Quite a few walk out of Stern with a 60K+ starting salary + bonus.
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