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    After CS Engineering which branch in MBA is better?

    after cs engineering which branch in mba is better???

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    sanju321 is offline Senior Member sanju321 is on a distinguished road
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    Re: After CS Engineering which branch in MBA is better?

    HI,

    There are many branches in MBA in which you can go,

    but according to me as you have done CS Engineering, you should go with Information technology & management.

    It is a perfect course as you have learnt it before. But I would also like to add a point that you start your MBA after 2-3 year work experience it may make your career in a good way and shaped it with handsome salary.

    Rest of some other courses you can go with check out Below:-

    Masters in Aviation course
    Masters in Biotechnology
    Masters in Brand Management
    Masters in Business Administration
    Masters in Clinical Research
    Masters in Supply Chain Management
    Masters in International Business
    Masters in Logistics
    Masters in Infrastructure Management
    Masters in Oil & Gas
    Masters in Operations Management
    Masters in Petroleum Studies
    Masters in Pharma
    Masters in Sales & Marketing

    Go with your interest & choice

    All the Best!

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    Re: After CS Engineering which branch in MBA is better?

    Hi,as you are cs engineer then many branches are good to do for you.But from all branches system information and technology development is very good for you.After doing you will get better job opportunities.

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    Re: After CS Engineering which branch in MBA is better?

    Hello,

    Yes, You can move ahead with MBA course and it is the better option for you to move ahead with if you are really interested in to move ahead with. As you have pursued Computer science engineering , you can move ahead with MBA course. There are various options in MBA course that you can explore to pursue your MBA course. There are courses like as MBA in Information Technology that you can move ahead with and explore your career accordingly. It is you who can make difference to your career and accordingly move ahead in your life . Here is the list of other specialization that you ca take in to consideration to move ahead with your MBA course. Here is the detailed view of MBA course.


    List Of MBA Specializations:


    -Marketing Management
    -Logistics Management
    -International Business Management
    -Retail Management
    -Finance Management
    -Banking Management
    -Systems Management
    -IT Management
    -Pharmaceutical Management
    -Hospital Management
    -Textile Management
    -Petroleum Management
    -Entertainment Management,
    -Fashion Technology Management,
    -Media Management,
    -Supply chain Management etc.

    These are the most preferred course that you can take to consider and explore your career and move ahead with and make some big progress ahead in your life and explore it to its fullest. It is you who can make difference to your career and explore it to fullest.

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