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Arjun M R profile image Arjun M R Member Join date: Aug, 2012 Posts: 2 Points: 0
What is the difference between MS in management and MBA? What are the advantages of MS in management?
  • August 24, 2012
  • Preferred qualification: Postgraduate | Preferred study destination: United States

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Ajay Sathyan Sathyan profile image Ajay Sathyan Sathyan Expert Join date: Feb, 2012 Posts: 414 Points: 6045 Trusted Advisor

Hi, Masters in Management Degree Programs are usually the Master of Science in Management (MSc). These programs are postgraduate studies for people who have recently finished their undergraduate studies and want to enhance their knowledge on a deeper and more scientific level.
Master in Management students do not have professional experience but need to be attractive to businesses after their graduation with a Master of Science, in-company projects or internships offered by business schools as part of the program mitigate this problem.

Master of Business Administration (MBA): These programs, in contrast, focus on people with a minimum of three years of professional experience. But both types of Masters are postgraduate management programs.

The degree Master of Business Administration is neither a Master of Science nor of Arts but a Master title of its own. It is often abbreviated as MBA or M.B.A. and in contrast to the Master of Science (MSc) or the Master of Arts (MA) it clearly points to one program only.

Ajay Sathyan Sathyan | Uniguru

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