mba or ms?????

India
May 21, 2008 9:01am CST
i m student of mechanical engineering...n i am confused about my postgraduation ( MBA or MS )?? pls tell me which is the best 1??
5 responses
@elsoft12 (1825)
• India
21 May 08
Well...Its basically your aptitude thats a determining factor.If you are good at managing situations,making friends and working around with them and delivering the results...MBA is best. If you are technological geek..and enjoy working on the technology products...you better go for MS. Both of them have bright prospects...And you just need to go by what you enjoy doing....Whats life without enjoying..isnt it?
• India
21 May 08
do u know the best university in us 4 post graduation
@elsoft12 (1825)
• India
21 May 08
For MS: MIT and Stanford are the best For MBA : The Ivy League Universities - Harvard and Yale. There are many other very good universities.But these are the best.
• India
21 May 08
i want to do ms in designing......in mech.engg... is this ok or not????? do u know the scope of designing in mechanical engg.
• Thailand
21 May 08
It depends on your purpose. MS (Master of Science) is appropriate for anyone who would like to be a researcher or academic related job. For MBA, it suit for business job.
• India
21 May 08
which is the best option.... (MS/MBA) in us or india
• Thailand
21 May 08
In my opinion, MS is harder than MBA. So, It could be less competitive in MS jobs.
• Malaysia
21 May 08
Personally, I would go for MBA. I'm a student of Manufacturing Engineering. So, based on my personal interest and future plan, maybe ... going for MBA is a good choice. Not to say it right, but ... it's good to have a multiple skills and knowledge about something that might become useful for life.
• India
21 May 08
which is better???MS in india or us???
• India
21 May 08
It all depends on UR choice.But if U will get a chance in premier institue MBA (like IIM,Xavier,Symbosis,IIPM etc) than U can opt for.
• United States
21 May 08
This question honestly depends on what you want to do. If you are looking to work in the business aspects of mechanical engineering, then an MBA is the way to go. If you are looking to work in a technical engineering position, the MS would be a better option. Also, see if your school offers a joint degree program. Hope this helps!