Is An MBA Redundant If You Have An Undergraduate Business Degree?

Posted by: Geoff Gloeckler on September 7, 2011

Reader mj asked: Is an MBA redundant if you have an undergraduate Business degree?

We asked Susan Kline, acting director of MBA Career Development at MIT Sloan, for the answer:

Click here to visit Sloan’s MBA profile.

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Reader Comments

Carole

September 27, 2011 4:52 PM

Thank you for this video. I just started the evening MBA program at SCU and received an undergrad bus degree from SDSU. I have about 3.5 years of work experience and agree with what you have said in your video. I am finding I can discuss my work experiences in the classroom and am able to take more from the class discussions. Its only been a week but the difference between Grad and Undergrad is very apparent.

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