What is the best MBA program to get into?

I am currently a senior in college and I will graduate with Bachelors in Psychology and a minor in Criminal Justice. I want to go to graduate school and get an MBA. Here are the program options that my current university (Niagara University) offers (I am planning to go to this university for grad school): -Accounting -Finance -Strategic Marketing -Human Resource Management -International Business -Strategic Management -General Management -Healthcare Administration As everyone, I want a job that will make me the most money in the long run. What is the best path way to go? Please don't tell me to apply to a better school because I love my school (Niagara University is an AMAZING school) and do not want to change, and because they offer an option to finish the program in 16 months and I want to finish as soon as possible! Thank you. MM, because you are being rude, you can forget about best answer for your other answer. I'll ask this question as many times as I want.

Asked By: - 3/24/2013
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It seems like your background is more geared towards Human Resource Management. You can use your psychology skills in dealing with employees and the criminal justice education in having the ability to understand the compliance arena and developing policy. An MBA is really a complimentary type degree.
Answered By: jack - 3/24/2013
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Again, why are you in such a rush to finish? Employers prefer MBAs who also have work experience. You're not going to get very far in business if you ask people for advice that's grounded in reason and research and then ignore it because it's not what you want to hear.
Answered By: MM - 3/24/2013
The most income potential among those would be finance (commodites and derivatives trades can earn millions per year) and health care administration (CEO or CFO of major hospitals also can command millions per year). I'm not certain about international management; the rest of them offer some potential but you'd have... More
Answered By: TR - 3/24/2013
According to me, You can opt for specialization like MBA in industrial psychology.
Answered By: Einsedu - 2/28/2014
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