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    MBA in Finance or M.A. Honors after B.A. in Economics?

    Iam interested in economics . I just finished my 12th standard. I can do BA economics (without honours ) degree only . Is that good? i have heard that there is a lot of scope in economics . And after BA , should i do MA honours or MBA finance ? OR should I opt b.com MBA finance ? I wish to get a good job with high salary .



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    Re: MBA in Finance or M.A. Honors after B.A. in Economics?

    BA in Economics

    BA in Economics is 3 year undergraduate degree course which emphasis on understanding economics subject on micro or macro level.

    Doing any of the course from recognized and reputed institutions is very important rather than doing it from any where.

    Masters of Business Administration

    Mastersof Business Administration is 2 years post graduate degree/diploma course.

    This course is divided into 4 semesters.

    MA in economics

    MA in Economics is 2 year degree course which is focused on economics of country.


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    Re: MBA in Finance or M.A. Honors after B.A. in Economics?

    Dear when you are interested in Economics to make your career then why are your trying to enter in finance or any other stream because the candidate should always go there where his/her interest says means if you are interested in economics then you should try to make your career in economics and you can choose BA in Economics as your specialization subject course and then you have so many options as that you can apply for - MBA in Economics or MA in Economics and both are equivalent degrees and after that you can get a very good job through placement or through any other mode and if you want to enter in the competition world and wants to make your career highly reputed then you can prepare for UPSC - IES/ISS - Indian Economic Service and you would only be eligible for this exam after completing your master's degree in economics from a recognized university so that dear you would have to study hard everywhere but stay in your interesting subject.

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    Re: MBA in Finance or M.A. Honors after B.A. in Economics?

    Hi Friend :

    BA in Economics is 3 year undergraduate degree course which emphasis on understanding economics subject on micro or macro level.
    Doing any of the course from recognized and reputed institutions is very important rather than doing it from any where.
    Masters of Business Administration
    Mastersof Business Administration is 2 years post graduate degree/diploma course.
    This course is divided into 4 semesters.

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    Re: MBA in Finance or M.A. Honors after B.A. in Economics?

    Hi, I am currently pursuing an M.Sc in economics & I was thinking of doing an MBA with finance after this. Is it a wise decision? How much extra value will that MBA degree add to my career on top of an M.Sc?

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