Not to beat a dead horse, but was out of town and did want to reply concerning the Technology Management subject discussed previously in this thread. I agree that many (most) of these degrees have a high degree of marketing, and perhaps a lesser degree of business administration. One exception I've come across is the MSTM (Master of Science in Technology Management) from Pepperdine (a "name" school) that I looked at several years ago. While not as rigorous from an accounting persepctive as a "typical" MBA, is did seem to have a valid premise, and it included two two-week trips overseas to work with companies from a "real world" basis. TomKaigun Chusa
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