Guelph-Humber BBA

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Subject: Guelph-Humber BBA
Hey,

This university is still relatively newm but it is offering an Honours BBA + a Humber College Business Admin diploma in only 4 years. I mean the school doesn´t have much of a reputation yet obviously, but does it really matter? The degree is from Guelph, and that is a respected univ.

Comments or insight would be appreciated

[01-11-2005,21:38]
Mario
(in reply to: Guelph-Humber BBA)
I wouldnt study business if I were you.

A BBA is a dead end.


[01-11-2005,23:06]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Guelph-Humber BBA)
A BBA is a dead-end?

Please elaborate

[02-11-2005,00:08]
Mario
(in reply to: Guelph-Humber BBA)
BBA is a dead end? BEng is also a dead end?
Are you trying to tell us that going to a university is a dead end too?

[02-11-2005,01:52]
What?
(in reply to: Guelph-Humber BBA)
When did I say a B.Eng was a dead end? I said a BBA was a dead end.

You are better off studying the sciences and then if you wish you can spruce up your business knowledge through an MBA or something like that. I really dont think you should be studying business at such a young age. You should study computer science, maths, biology, engineering, etc.


[02-11-2005,10:42]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Guelph-Humber BBA)
someones bitter cause they couldnt get into a bba program...
[02-11-2005,11:10]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Guelph-Humber BBA)
Youre an ass.


[02-11-2005,23:48]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Guelph-Humber BBA)
i agree with the above poster...with no science or engeineering background there´s no way you get to the top management level of large firms, almost all CEOs of tech firms were engineerings themselves and acquired a MBA degree later in their lives...for undergrad a science or engineering degree is defintiely more useful than an arts degree, but if you have made up yoru decision this specific program doesnt seem like a bad choice.
[03-11-2005,00:00]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Guelph-Humber BBA)
Guys i´m not looking to become a CEO or anything. I mean i can always go for an MBA afterwards
[03-11-2005,00:15]
Mario
(in reply to: Guelph-Humber BBA)
Hey, I heard Nortel is looking for a CEO, but you have to go to U of T. You have to have a special gift to run a company into the ground, something you can only get at U of T. May be you should apply, I mean you do want to become a CEO. By-the-way do you even know what a CEO does, and who they report to?
[03-11-2005,11:39]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Guelph-Humber BBA)
My uncle, who´s been on Jeopardy, says that his biggest regret in life is not getting a general business degree, instead doing engeneering.
[01-02-2006,11:30]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Guelph-Humber BBA)
Also, I would like to know how this degree is received by companies, is it "a degree from Guelph", a degree from Guelph Humber that may not be quite the Guelph degree, or a degree from Guelph Humber thats the exact same level and prestige as the one from Guelph, so who cares.

I would put a hefty bet on the third option.

[01-02-2006,11:33]
Anonymous



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