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Q. What did the cat say after eating two robins lying in the sun?
A. I just love baskin’ robins.
Where there is human, healthcare industry is always booming industry. Especially I am talking about entrepreneurship in small scale industry like healthcare centers and day care centers etc…
I know that Bentley University in Boston offers an Executive Education Program that might be a perfect fit for you. Its very extensive and will look great on your resume next to a part-time MBA.
If I would be you; I would choose MIT.
Getting into top law schools will surely depends on your score.
You might want to consider MBA programs like Bentley University’s Emerging Leaders MBA. It’s a two year program specifically for people with limited work experience. It’s still important to do well on your GMAT and to have really strong essays, but you might have a better chance with a program like this.
I agree about posting your question in Ask AdmissionsConsultants thread. But to answer your question, its always advisable to have some sort of work experience before applying the MBA Program. All the best!
If you are confident, retake the GMAT. A good score will get you in well ranked B-school. All the best.
Hope your plan gets implemented well.
Corporates are looking for professionals with skills in management and technology so a dual major MS/MBA will certainly enhance your prospects for niche positions in business. You might want to look at the MBA programs offered by Bentley University. Their dual MS + MBA course which you can complete in 21 months combines the MBA course with a Master of Science degree in either Information Technology of Human Factors in Information Design. Check it out.
It’s hard to say which college would provide EMBA without Bachelors. You can try Universities abroad and having there center here, I guess such Universities might have some courses.
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That sounds so gross and weird. Why would someone eat something like that? Yuck.