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Posted on 03-10-16 12:41 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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How can one having a 3 year business degree from nepal earn a masters degree in usa? Where and how do i start? Please advice each steps as iam new in usa and completely ignorant about the study process here.
Posted on 03-10-16 12:58 AM     [Snapshot: 9]     Reply [Subscribe]
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My aunt had a BBA from Nepal. She ended up having to go through the entire undergraduate program in city college in san francisco, and San Francisco State. Not sure if she fully explored doing credit transfer.
I have heard some people have done bridge course, but I do not have 1st person info.
Posted on 03-10-16 1:01 AM     [Snapshot: 15]     Reply [Subscribe]
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You'll have to start from scratch.
Posted on 03-10-16 1:16 AM     [Snapshot: 33]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Get your out creditd evaluated by WES and transfer them towards your degree. You will finish uour undergrad in 2 years.
Posted on 03-10-16 1:22 AM     [Snapshot: 39]     Reply [Subscribe]
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if you are in northern virginia george mason accepts students with a 3 year degree. its expensive though.


Posted on 03-10-16 11:06 AM     [Snapshot: 215]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Im in dfw area.
Posted on 03-10-16 11:33 AM     [Snapshot: 245]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Seema jee !!!
If you are in Dallas then University of Dallas offers MBA for 3 yrs bachelors. First you need to take Pre MBA and then once you complete the pre MBA classes whic is 12 credit hr then you can start MBA. So all together there will be (12+36=48) credit hrs for that. Please call them and get more details. Hope this will help you.

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Posted on 03-10-16 12:52 PM     [Snapshot: 308]     Reply [Subscribe]
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One thing you will need to understand is, having a 3-year undergraduate degree is not the end of the world. So, just relax. Now that I have got your attention, let me explain.

Like Spartacus and skafle suggested, there are sill universities here that will not discriminate you for taking less credits in Nepal to complete your undergrad. Instead, they will put you into some courses, you may call them MBA pre-requisites. Then you will officially begin your MBA once you earn those credits. If you do the math, the number of credits will be close to what Spartacus just said, but again, this is all at the discretion of the university.

On a side note, having your credits evaluated from a service (such as WES) will allow you to transfer your credits to a 4-year university and you can work toward getting your 'American' undergraduate degree. But, I'm guessing if you have the option to enroll into a Masters program, why would you even consider enrolling into an undergraduate program? That being said, work hard to find the colleges or universities in your area that match your interests, field of study, affordability, among other things.

Good luck to you.

Jay Nepal!!
Posted on 03-10-16 3:24 PM     [Snapshot: 384]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Thanks guys for your words. I feel like time is slipping away and i havent still decided what to do next. Whether i study for like 3 ,4 years and spend tons of money or get any small job and work my way through. What did you do?
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Seema, I had a three year degree from Nepal too. But i was lucky to be accepted in a Masters program after a semester of undergraduate studies and completed the MS in 3 semesters. Although WES (or similar agencies) will evaluate your degree to be equivalent to 90 credits, most colleges require you to study 50-60 credits more to earn a US Undergraduate degree. if you don't want to spend 2 years in a US university and/or hard earned $, ask someone to admit you in MBS (TU) back in Nepal (they don't require you to be in the class), go home to take the first years exam, pass the exam and get your degree evaluated through WES (WES will evaluate your degree as equivalent to a four year degree from us). With >= 3 GPA and satisfying toefl score, You will be eligible to be accepted as a graduate student in most colleges in US or you may choose to take a year worth of remedial course to be eligible to sit in CPA exam (Since you studied BBS in Nepal).

Don't lose your hope, choose a path that is most suitable for you.

Posted on 03-10-16 9:38 PM     [Snapshot: 530]     Reply [Subscribe]
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@skafle i passed my MBS first year, however i cudnt give 2nd year exam. So r u saying i can evaluate the first year mbs paper by WES along with the bachelors degree?
Posted on 03-11-16 3:52 PM     [Snapshot: 666]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Seema Ji,

There are several schools in the US which accepts 3 years Bachelor's degree for getting admitted in Master's degree. One of the schools which I know is Mississippi College. You can call its Graduate School and find more details. If you are admitted, which I am sure you will be, you may or may not need to take extra classes to make over your 4th year of Bachelor. I had several friends admitted in that school, who had 3 years bachelor and they were not required to take extra classes to make over the 4th year. The school is good and reputed, accredited so you should be fine. After one semester, you can transfer to your preferred location and school in the same program.
Good Luck.
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Thankyou hari ji
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Great, if you have passed my MBS first year, Get it evaluated through WES. You are all set.
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