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HIT: I'm in - but it costs so damn much!

I was just accepted to part-time masters program that is directly related to my current career path. I'm excited, but the price is making me reconsider. Help me deal with snowflaky grad school sticker shock. [more inside]
posted by Tehhund on Dec 6, 2010 - 13 answers

 

Need help finding an MBA program with an IS / IT specialty.

I'm looking at MBA programs in Chicago, Cleveland, and St. Louis. I'm interested in specializing in Information Systems, but I've noticed that many schools in the top tier don't offer an IS specialty. My main question is: what top-25 schools in those metro areas offer an MBA with a specialization in IS (or a similar specialization)? Are there programs outside of those metro areas I should really consider? And what pretty-good programs exist in those places? But I'm also wondering why IS is not an offering at more top schools. There are a few concentrations that most schools offer such as finance and marketing. Is Information Systems not as prestigious as other concentrations? Is it considered less of a strategic area? [more inside]
posted by Tehhund on Jul 7, 2010 - 4 answers

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