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trinitymaster has 16 years experience and specializes in Long Term Acute Care, TCU.

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I'm now going back to WGU for my MBA - I expect that can take up to two terms, but it's still a bargain!

Fair Warning: An MBA from a school which is not AACSB accredited is not recommended. It will be fine for nursing if you do not plan on climbing the executive ladder, but useless if competing against someone from an AACSB accredited program.

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featherzRN has 30 years experience as a MSN and specializes in Outpatient/Clinic, ClinDoc.

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Fair Warning: An MBA from a school which is not AACSB accredited is not recommended. It will be fine for nursing if you do not plan on climbing the executive ladder, but useless if competing against someone from an AACSB accredited program.

I'm aware of that. I'm not planning on applying for high end jobs - it's more of a personal goal, and IF I apply for a job using my MBA it's unlikely that in upstate rural NY I'd be competing against AACSB degree holders. I'm thinking more hospital management/admin type jobs, not fortune 500. :) I've canvassed job openings out this way and most of the MBA type jobs just require the degree to 'check the box'.

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