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What's the difference between MBA and MSc?


User: kluader - 19 August 2016 16:47

Hello guys! I own a bachelor in thw field of Economics and I am interested in Econometrics or Statistics.
Anyway, I have searched a bit the Wiki but I have not found a lot of info about the difference between MBA and MSc.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Master%27s_degree
Should I search for MBA or MSc in Econometrics and Statistics? Thanks in advance.

User: AOE26 - 23 August 2016 10:18

MBA is more classroom lead/taught and a MSc is more research focused. So a MSc would be like an extension of your BSc and a MBA you would learn more business skills.

To me it looks like you would prefer a MSC.




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