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- abbreviation Master of Business Administration
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- initialism Masters in Business Administration (a
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- noun a master's degree in business
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Can i do MBA and MBA+ with bsm institute of management, Coimbatore?
Autonomous educational bodies cannot use the term MBA & they normally have to mention 2 years PGDM (being equivalent to MBA).
In fact, I'd recommend getting a CFA over an MBA from a weak business school.
Obtained MBA from the University of Southern California, where he is a trustee.
Thus, it's easy to look at the market a estimate a value for your stock holdings, but imputing a cash value to your MBA is hard.
If I had some way to mark to market, maybe I should value a typical MBA is "lower of cost or market."
Vickers attended the University of Alabama as an undergraduate, earned an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton Business School and holds a doctorate in international relations and strategic studies from Johns Hopkins University.
A Harvard MBA is not an absolute guarantee of wealth and an affluent lifestyle.
Brother Mark Jung, with a Stanford MBA, is former CEO of home-entertainment company Vudu.
I think that a 25 year old with a newly issued Harvard MBA is wealthier than a 25-year old minimum wage worker, even though the latter may, for the moment, have a stronger balance sheet.