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Chemistry student - is an MBA a good idea for me?

I've done some research on this and I've seen that MBAs are regarded as useless without any work experience. However, I thought I'd ask anyway since this is a circumstantial issue. I'm a chemistry major (previously pre-med) but I decided that I would much rather go into the corporate/business world. I like chemistry, but I hate chemistry lab. I really like learning about chemistry and doing synthesis problems where you have to use all your knowledge to solve the problem. Chemistry lab, on the other hand, is a whole 'nother story and I can't stand it because it's so boring. So I think that if I graduate with a chemistry degree then I'm going to hate the type of work that I'll be doing. So my question is should I start over and major in something like accounting, or can I get my chemistry degree and then go straight into an MBA program (which is what I would rather do)? Also, I don't necessarily have goals of managing a pharmacy or chemical plant (but that would be cool). I'd be happy with any company

Asked By: lilroach679 - 12/28/2012
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Definitely finish your chemistry degree. Then a get a job and work two or three years before applying for the MBA. It does not matter if it's work you hate. The MBA program will appreciate the experience you get, even if it is lab work, because you will be able to contribute a lot to your classes. A science like... More
Answered By: Prof - 12/29/2012
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