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Answered 2008-10-17 03:38:50

Yes, most people seeking an MBA will have a BA already (or a BS). It is a graduate degree, where as BA is an undergraduate degree.

An MBA is a Master's degree (of Business Administration). A BA is a Bachelor of Arts degree. A BS is Bachelor of Science.

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I Have exp 8 yrs job in professional life.My higher qualification is H.S.now i think i need a higher degree.pl tell me after DBM CAN I DO MBA



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