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Hi, just new to this board since after 10 year of working I've decided I should update my resume ... and maybe even look to see what else is out there.So here's my question ... What the school of thought on indicating non-degree earned educational history on a resume? My case is that I started an engineering masters program part time during my full time work history, but quit after 5 classes (due to burn out). Plus, I also thought things over and decided that I would rather like to work on an MBA now (to incorporate some business knowledge with the technical side) instead of ever trying to finish with the EE degree. I'm thinking of starting the MBA program a year or two from right now.Anyway, these 5 classes I took directly applied to my field of work (image processing) and definitly helped me at work (and even seem applicable to the work history listed on my resume), but does it look weak to indicate "graduate classes attended:" and then list them all out on a resume where no degree was finished?Thanks for any advice,Jim
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