What should I go for M.Sc or MBA? I have completed B.Sc in computer science. What is must a master degree, work experience or certification?
Asked about Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies - Masters in Information Management
Hi,After Bachelors, if you go for a work experience it would not fetch you much salary. Moreover, once you go for a job then after a gap continuing with your studies becomes difficult. Later at a point, your promotions will be stuck due to the lack of higher degree.The same holds good for a certification as it does not carry much value when added to a Bachelors degree according to me.In my opinion, MBA would be the best choice as it would give you a good and respectable job with a decent salary wherever you go. Jobs for MBAs are everywhere. Another thing is that eventually in life if you want to go for your own startup, the university would h... view more
It totally depends on the person. I have three choices for you.1) If you are really inclined towards programming or to say computer science i.e. if you really enjoy working in the IT environment, ask yourself whether you are content or not with the work you are doing or projects you have done.If yes, then go for M.Sc as it will enhance your knowledge in that domain and help you grab higher pay with that degree.2) If you are a fresher than try working for at least 2 years with B.Sc Computer related job profiles. This will help you clarify what you want to do.If you are already working and are enjoying your work and just want to upgrade your de... view more
You should go for MBA, if you wish to learn how to manage other people and wants to change your career line. Although, if you liked to study and B.Sc and still have an interest in that field of study, you should opt for M.Sc without much thinking.
Now a day knowledge and practical application of the same are required in most jobs, and we can get the same understanding for work-life experience, so it has great importance.
It totally depends and differs from person to person, I have three choices for you.1) If you are really inclined towards programming or to say computer science i.e if you really enjoy working in IT environment, ask yourself whether you are content or not with the work you are doing or projects you have done. IF YES, then go for M.Sc as it will enhance your knowledge in that domain and help you grab higher pay with that degree.2) If you are a fresher, than try working for at least 2 years with B.Sc Computer related Job profiles. This will help you clarify what you want to do.If you are already working and are enjoying your work and just want t... view more
Answered by4 years agoDoing M.Sc would be a natural follow up to doing B.Sc as both are naturally aligned to each other. Though yes, you are eligible to join any of the MBA programmes anywhere in the world.A lot depends upon what do you want to do ahead in life. Do not pursue any course just for the heck of it. There are plentiful of MBA's in the country right now but a lot of them are doing menial jobs.Recently, there was a news article which said that the aspirants in bank clerk examination included lot of MBA students.There is no reason of doing an MBA if you aren't doing it from top tier colleges like IIMs, XLRI, FMS, IIFT etc. as the placement prospects would... view more
If you want to work in your own field, then you should go for M.Sc which have good future in IT sectors. And, if you are having good management skills and want to work in managerial positions in an organization, then you should go for MBA. So, first you should decide your field of interest.
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