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What's the best undergraduate degree for an MBA?

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Asked by jennye Tuesday Oct 23rd 2012 in Online Degrees
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If you have a long term goal of earning an MBA, the good news is that you can earn your undergraduate degree in any major. From art to accounting, your options are endless. However, if you are certain that you want to complete your MBA, you probably want to set yourself up for the most successful path. Each program has their own set of unique requirements for enrollment. However, most of the programs are looking for students with a strong background in math. Whichever undergraduate program you choose, be sure to include classes such as statistics, accounting, and finance. You also have the option of earning your undergraduate degree in a program that will provide you a strong foundation for future graduate courses. Programs like business administration, human resources, and accounting will prepare you for a higher level of education.

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