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Which degree would fit the need for future job market growth, BA in Entrepreneur or BA in MIS (Information Sys?

I am a greedy person, and want to be successful entrepreneur which the sky is the limit. But on the other hand I want to have a degree that bring food to the table. Because if I don't succeed in entrepreneurship then the degree is pretty much useless. So help me some advice on which is better to have in this competitive job market. Advantage and disadvantage of both degree mentioned.

Asked By: toopack2 - 1/12/2010
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Both of those degrees are sort of bs, easy, cop-out business degrees. I took some of those classes, so I know. Do computer science or computer engineering. Those are real degrees, they are more respected and you will get good jobs with those. They do require some math and science, but if you get through it you will be... More
Answered By: 9 - 1/13/2010
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MIS!! My boyfriend has an MIS degree and he is making 50K just out of school in a rural part of PA!!! (average starting salaries around here are about 28-30K) Computers are so up and coming and a high paying field. You will be bored out your mind, hopefully you like to sit and stare at a computer all day. But you... More
Answered By: Tia - 1/12/2010
 
Well, if you're going to spend your time getting a degree I would go with the MIS. The reason for this is that you aren't going to impress anyone in the entrepreneurial world with your degree. In that world it's all about dollars and cents and results. Nobody cares where you came from or what you did as long as you... More
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