working as Test engineer in MNC(4 yrs)with B.Sc Biochemistry. Confused of pursuing M.Sc IT or MBA in IT or System Software. Kindly guide me.

Distance education is preferred as im already working. Also guide me about my career path.

0 70 Views | Posted 2011-09-21 14:59:51
Asked by kavitha

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    Pooja Kohli | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-21 16:03:33
    Hi Kavitha,The most important thing which you should keep in mind while choosing your course is your own interests and career aspirations. What exactly is your plan what kind of career are you looking to developing and managing big projects and take care of the operations of big IT firms then in that case go for MBA IT or MBA Operations. However, if you want to get into technology as in software development or programming etc. or get into professions like teaching, researcher etc. you can opt for M.Sc IT.As far as doing a Correspondence programme is concerned, I would completely agree with Rex_B correspondence would not hold much importance i... view more
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    Bhupesh | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-09-21 15:05:09
    You have experience in Life sciences , and now you want to change . MBA ( IT ) suits most to your requirement and Full time MBA ( IT ) as Correspondence MBA ( IT ) is not advisable as you are from Life sciences

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