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Do you consider an MBA a 'prestigious degree'? What about an RN with an MBA?

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Yes, MBA is great and it shows the level of your education, but, anyway it`s much more important how you can use your knowledge but now what you know...

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I guess RN with an MBA is close to Public Health Management. You'll have to deal with management procedures concerning hospitals.

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Yes MBA is considered as a prestigious degree
RN and MBA are totally different fields.
in the former, you would be taught about nursing tricks and tips, on the other hand, MBA is all about management and business

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