Is pursuing MBA after completing BCA a good option?

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    Raj Aryan | Contributor-Level 9

    8 years ago
    Hi,MBA in IT is a good course to pursue and it offers good career prospects and excellent growth opportunities.MBA IT can open up positions like System Analyst, Technical Systems Manager, Technical Consultant, and Business Development Manager - all the way upto the position of the Chief Information Officer or Chief Technology Officer.IT, ecommerce, and related industries often offer good placements to MBA in IT graduates.An MBA in Information Technology Management is a good combination of two very dynamic aspects of any business: management expertise and information technology. Almost every national and international company of repute is alwa... view more
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    devendra pathak pathak principal and member of academic council BU | Contributor-Level 10

    8 years ago
    Dear It is very good option for MBA . other options is MCA . pl see you should do MBA IT . than your knowledge of BCA will help to do well in management of IT . you can work as IT manager after MBA degree . you will be able to do your task in good manner . pl do it and plan for future . all the best. best of luck
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    8 years ago
    Hi,Yes pursuing MBA is a good option, please remember a MBA degree is considered as an attractive career option as after pursuing this degree, the demand of a student in the industry goes up. It is a degree that makes you ready for a managerial role in any chosen field, whether it is banking, medicine, travel, entertainment, export, IT or any other field. If you are looking for a change in career then an MBA degree affords the following career opportunities in the field of:- Marketing.- Finance.- Government Jobs.- Personal Business, etc.The other best option for you would be to work for 2-3 years after completing your BCA and then opting for ... view more

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