You can be a software or hardware or any other type of engineer with a MBA degree.
Which is a better degree Courses MBA in information systems or MBA in information Technology,as i am Currently working as Technical Engineer in ISP so according to you for Which Course should i go i.e MBA in information Systems or MBA in information Technology. So,Please Help me out
After BCA you can do MCA if you want to be an engineer or else you can go for MBA degree if you want to make career in Management field.
You need to be an Engineer with a BE, BTech or an equivalent degree to get admission to the MBA program at BITS. That program is specifically targeted towards engineers.
Your qualification eg: BSC Computer Science graduate, MBA Graduate
The fact that the MBA is taken in distance mode makes no difference. The critical issue in the schools accreditation. If the institution has the appropriate accreditation there should be no problem.For colleges and universities within the US, the preferred accreditation is the regional accreditation.
Electrical engineer. Chartered - 1996. Fellow - 2007. MBA - Scandinavia. An IT enthusiast.
M Tech, if you want to continue in your profession (mechanical).
hmm What do u think I think there will be MBA after MBA certifacatee ex: Ahmed Mohamed (MBA) or Ahmed Mohamed M.B.A i think it should bE!!!
The eligibility criteria for MBA is you should have completed graduation.
MBA stands for Masters in Business Administration. On the other hand biology is a science subject it has nothing to do with MBA.
how much minimum pass marks in MBA per subject
as per the norms of the AICTE, to teach MBA students one should posses MBA. it should be regular and with minimum of 60%.
Having work experience is an advantage and very helpful, but it does not mean you cannot do the MBA. You will have the opportunity to learn not only from faculty but through others within the class. It is preferred to have work experience, but you can do it.
Your question is unclear. If you mean an MBA with a concentration in acoustic engineering, I doubt it exists. If you mean an MBA with an undergraduate degree in engineering, almost any MBA program will do. Most MBA programs accept student from any undergraduate field. To find the MBA program that best fits your background, criteria and preferences, a good source of information is the Official MBa Guide, a free public service from which you can go directly to a school's URL or contact schools by email.
can i do a govt. job after completed MBA? Yes you can do government job after completing mba degree but your university should be recognized by ugc.
Some specialties of the MBA are as follows.Health Care ManagementMarketingCommunicationEntrepreneurshipHospitality & TourismHuman Resources (HR)AccountingEnvironmental ManagementInformation SystemsInternational ManagementInternet MarketingMarketingOperations ManagementHuman Resource Management
MBA SpecializationsHealth Care ManagementMarketingCommunicationEntrepreneurshipHospitality & TourismHuman Resources (HR)AccountingEnvironmental ManagementInformation SystemsInternational ManagementInternet MarketingMarketingOperations ManagementHuman Resource Management
All Subject Assignment question/Answer in MBA 2nd sem
Let's just say it would be preferred, especially if one wishes to pursue executive leadership positions.
That is entirely up to you. The question is whether you feel it will lead you to your overall career goals and objectives, and whether you have a passion for the field.
It depends on your overall career goals and objectives. Some MBA specializations are as follows.MBA SpecializationsHealth Care ManagementMarketingCommunicationEntrepreneurshipHospitality & TourismHuman Resources (HR)AccountingFinanceEconomicsEnvironmental ManagementInformation SystemsInternational ManagementInternet MarketingMarketingOperations ManagementHuman Resource Management
Yes, the university has a very good MBA program. The institution itself has the preferred regional accreditation. Therefore, the coursework and degree you complete will be recognized by all other colleges and universities as well as employers.
No, because their too weak