As with any other four degree, the first two years would consist of completing prerequisites followed by two years business coursework. During my last year, I would have an internship at a business firm, and once I get a degree my internship would hopefully lead to a full time job.
After four of school, I hope to work for a respectable business firm. Here I can pick up skills that I will be able to incorporate in the real world. The first couple of years would probably consist of paying off student loans followed by anything else. With a few years of knowledge and experience, I plan to go to get an MBA since a bachelors in business doesn't really help you stand out among the thousands. (An MBA probably won't either but, at least it gets more respect in the business world than a bachelors.)
Getting an MBA requires another two years of school but unlike getting a bachelors, I would get the company I work for to help pay for classes. (I know this would work because my business ethics teacher in high school did the same thing.) Getting an MBA requires serious dedication and determination because unlike a bachelors, an MBA is about 50 to 60 credits in two years, whereas a bachelors is about 80 in four. After I get an MBA, I would like to move up the corporate ladder. Starting as an intern, to employee, to a position that actually has more to do than push paper. Something challenging that would require street as well as book skills. In this way, I can combine what I know to come... [continues]
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