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Dana Esmail

It also depends on what your undergraduate major was. If you majored in say, sociology or psychology--maybe with exceptional GMAT scores and a really good undergrad GPA and at least two yrs work experience you may be able to get into some business schools.

Answered 2 years ago

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Anonymous

From my experience, if you were to go for an MBA, it is a possibility that when most hiring managers see you have a Masters degree and not that much work experience, they will expect you want more money, so you can get easily eliminated from a job that does not require a college degree or any degree even though you are qualified.

Consider building up your work experience and getting promoted to other positions at your current company or keep applying and looking for other jobs at another company. Who knows? You might be able to get your employer to pay for your Masters degree and that would be SWEET! No loans are debt for you. Best of luck!

Answered 2 years ago

Anonymous