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#121 Old 05-20-2006, 04:48 AM
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NOW *that's* being snarky! *SIGH* What's THAT about???



Actually, it would *not* have covered it. Just as other people have listed the certifications that represent the education they have completed and are relevant to their work, I have chosen to do the same.



I agree, I want to know what all of these lovely people have their degrees in as well.

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#122 Old 05-20-2006, 08:56 AM
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<<college dropout



heh. it just wasn't right for me at the time i was there. i plan to be back in school this fall though.



Me too.
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#123 Old 05-20-2006, 03:40 PM
 
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i entered as declared biochem and mol. bio, and that's what i graduated with.




Wow. I dind't know that ever happened.



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I am still in college, but should be getting my associates next spring and then going for my Bacholers



In English?



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ETA: I just now noticed the typo in my own post.

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#124 Old 05-20-2006, 03:52 PM
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I wonder what all the college folk had listed as their declared major upon entrance.



I was a math major my freshman year.

Then a math + computer science major my sophomore year and a term into my junior year.



Then changed over to International Relations after deciding that programming sucked, and realizing that foreign policy and int'l economics was a lot more interesting.
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Given that I was always in arts and sciences I didn't declare a major at entrance. Math is the only one I declared but I did intend to do computer science and then computer science and math before settling on just math.
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How hard is getting an MBA and/or passing the GMAT?

I have a friend who's currently considering doing an ethnography of business education.



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#127 Old 05-21-2006, 01:16 PM
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If I pass the dissertation defense next month, if...



then Ph.D
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#129 Old 05-22-2006, 09:59 AM
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How hard is getting an MBA and/or passing the GMAT?

I have a friend who's currently considering doing an ethnography of business education.



ebola



My understanding is that the GMAT should be a cakewalk for a native english speaker with modest math skills. High ranked MBA programs will require 3 or more years of work experience, however.
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If I pass the dissertation defense next month, if...



then Ph.D



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I have a Masters in Library Science.
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#132 Old 05-23-2006, 05:36 PM
 
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Freemouse..what are you studying?

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Freemouse..what are you studying?



eeeeeek, one of those neurobiology lab nerds.
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#134 Old 05-24-2006, 11:56 AM
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How hard is getting an MBA and/or passing the GMAT?

I have a friend who's currently considering doing an ethnography of business education.



ebola



Wow, an ethnography of buisness ed would be fascinating. The anth department of my undergrad school did a lot of ethnographic work with people working on wall street and in the pharmaceutical industry (on the buisness end). It was so interesting!



I am personally hoping the GMAT isn't too bad. I'm planning on going for my MBA in a couple years. I'm starting some project management training in the fall, then hopefully do some work in that field for awhile and then do the MBA thing. There's a really interesting program in the British Isle - An MBA in corporate social responsibility that I would like to check out!

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