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July 15, 2009


Doing a bit of cost or risk/reward analysis is never a bad idea for anything, and grad degrees are no exception.

In this case, the school and type of degree will also have a HUGE impact on the above equations--which I use the term loosely. Case in point, an MBA from DePaul and an MBA from Kellogg at Northwestern are the same degree, but carry two totally different price tags snd admissions requirements (Kellogg applicants have an average of 52 months experience for the part-time program).

For those LA majors, the case is even more convoluted. Should I pursue an MBA or go for a much cheaper IMC degree?

In a personal example, I asked top brass at my firm what they thought. While advice from those who have experience is always a great start to making a decision, it should never be the only research you do.

@Matt: So what did the top brass at your firm say?

I recently came accross your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.


@Alena: Thanks so much!

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