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24th October 2010, 12:20 AM
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Which MBA stream to choose after Civil Engineering? Is there anything called MBA in Civil?


i have heard about mba banking marketing finance etc and i am a engineering graduate i am interested in mba civil engineering. is it possible for me to join mba civil engineering. i have not yet listened about mba civil engineering which univversity in india provide mba civil engineering
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24th October 2010, 11:13 AM
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hello ,
well it is good to do MBA in marketing after completing civil engineering. No there is not any MBA in civil .even though by completing this you can get in various MNC (INFOCES) GOOD LUCK........
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24th October 2010, 11:55 AM
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hi gurrmit !!

Sorry to say...but your concept of MBA is wron....you are probably mixing M.tech with MBA....MBA is totally different from your B.tech...as in MBA there are streams like marketing ,finance....etc...MBA will change your line from Technical job to manegerial job..

good luck !!
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24th October 2010, 07:43 PM
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i dont think there is anything mba civil in this world . this is fake,
mba means management there is no any different field in mba like civil mba
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24th October 2010, 07:47 PM
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Hello friend,
There is nothing like civil engineering in MBA.But you can opt for Construction Management.National Institute of Construction Management and Research, in Pune is one of the prominent Institute which also provides this course(Advanced Construction Management). The eligibility for it is a graduate in any branch of
Engineering/Architecture/Quantity Surveying from a recognized university with atleast 50 percent marks in qualifying exams.Its a 2 year full time program.
The students can choose from Infrastructure Development & Management (IDM), Real Estate Development & Management (REDM).
Besides this there are other programs too like Master of Marketing Research (MMR),Master of Public Administration etc....
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24th October 2010, 08:08 PM
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i have heard about mba banking marketing finance etc and i am a engineering graduate i am interested in mba civil engineering. is it possible for me to join mba civil engineering. i have not yet listened about mba civil engineering which univversity in india provide mba civil engineering
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mba totally in civil engineering is not possible however you will get few things regarding the civil engineering.
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pls state the names of the universities at Australi, usa providing mba in construction management and other other allied management course that can be pursued after Btech[civil]?
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13th November 2010, 03:19 AM
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You can choose any stream after engineering in civil as there is no particular stream in civil in MBA.
You can choose marketing, finance, HR, banking, etc...
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u can go for MBA-tech graduation course at mukesh patel college of engineering (branch of NMIMS) vile-parle, mumbai
i think this course suits u if u r an undergraduate
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hi..

I am a Civil Engg Graduate.After graduation I am into job in a construction company from an yr or so now m thinking of shifting into management by doing Mba finance or Marketing as m interested only in management.so how is the scope..?
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14th December 2010, 10:51 PM
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hello friend

sorry there is no such course relating MBA with CIVIL engineering or any engineering stream directly

you have to try any other streams like FINANCE MARKETTING HR

etc,,.

alll the best

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hi..

I am a Civil Engg Graduate.After graduation I am into job in a construction company from an yr or so now m thinking of shifting into management by doing Mba finance or Marketing as m interested only in management.so how is the scope..?
yeah ofcourse its excellent decision to come in to the business stream as your working in a construction you might have got exposed to various business aspects it will help you if you do any thing related to marketting field

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wat the scope of civil engineering in england canada and america
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hello ,
i m doing civil engg graduate and i want to do something after civil engg graduate course so please tell me which is course is best for me after civil engineering graduation.

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Hi friend,
Pl suggest a suitable mba corrspondence course for a graduate civil engineer.
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30th January 2011, 06:15 PM
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There is no mba IN CIVIL ENGG, you can choose HR in MBA.
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hi, which MBA stream should i choose, after completing my B.Tech in IT??
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How i can get job in civil
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Can you suggest any institute in India or about ,which can provide course in petroleum engineering or Construction Management?
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I am doing diploma in civil engg. What i can do after degree in civil engg.? Can i do mba in finance etc.?
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hii... i m pursuing my 3rd year in civil engg....n i want to go for mba...n if so then will there be any use of my civil engg. degree??
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which mba stream to choose after mechanical engineer
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good to do MBA in operation after completing civil engineering.
No there is not any MBA in civil .even though by completing this you can get in various MNC (INFOCES) GOOD LUCK........
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what are the income appurtunity after compliting diploma in civil engineering
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Is there anywhere mba in oil and gas avaliable in india for doing after completing civil engineering... Im in big dilemma.. Will some one help me.. Urgent... Or else suggest some course in mba which i can do after civil engf
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hi,i m doin' civil engg n i think i want to go into infrastructure development and management(IDM) but i also want to do buildings and real estate
I have financial support,please help me what i should do or which course will help me do both or anything relevant
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Hi, I'm Suman Biswas, a B.Tech. Civil Engineer passed out on 2010, now working in a construction company. I want to ask which subjects of MBA will be the best subjects for me?
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pls state the names of the universities at Australi, usa providing mba in construction management and other other allied management course that can be pursued after Btech[civil]?
Wollong university in austarlia giving mba in construction projectmanagement
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sir i'm final year civil student .........
i want to know what is the scope of GIS in higher studies
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31st October 2011, 08:22 PM
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Hello sir,
Is MBA neceesary after Engineering?
Have you completed your engineering degree or will be appearing for your final year exam? Have you decided what to do next? Do you wish to study further, take up a job or a do MBA? Well these are some of the question that you must be facing now or will be facing soon.

This article will take you through all the important issues you need to think before making your decision of whether and when to obtain your MBA.

The most important question that most of you are facing is whether MBA a must after engineering? Today we see that 70-80% of the students appearing for the Common Admission Test (CAT) exam are engineers and in most of the cases it is not even a well thought decision but an act of going with the flow. Today, MBA has carved a niche for itself today in almost all the professions of the world. Doing MBA entirely depends upon individuals their priorities in life. Ideally speaking it is always good to have master’s degree because a single degree in today’s time of tough competitions is not enough. Before choosing MBA as a career you should do an analysis that whether it is the career for you or not? You can start by asking yourself questions like:

Do you have the traits of leadership?
Are you a team player?
Do you have good communication skills?
Do you have the ability to do multitasking independently?
Do you have convincing powers?


If the answer to these questions is an emphatic ‘YES’, then MBA is definitely the career for you.

Study OR Work?

You can start by considering the vital question – ‘Should you opt to study or work?’ Again if you are interested in studies and are financially well off with no responsibilities then sure you can complete your studies. If the answer is YES, then the next obvious thing is to decide whether to stick to your engineering stream, do MBA or look for other career options.

If you choose to stick to your technical field then you can do you post graduation (MTech/Msc. Engineering or Master of Science), develop your skills and then start working. Again as discussed above if you are financially sound then you can also choose to go abroad for your master’s degree. Obviously, after doing your masters from abroad your chances in the job market will be brighter both career wise and financially. But if your answer is ‘No’ then there many other options available to look out for and one of the most obvious choice is doing MBA.

What is MBA?

It's a Master of Business Administration degree, granted after one to two years of graduate-level university study that provides education in the theory and practice of business management. The MBA degree is basically a document that certifies that you have a general competency in all the major functional management roles you'll find in the modern organization. An MBA is a career accelerator across a number of industries and MBA graduates usually start with higher salaries.

Why MBA?

What does an MBA provide? Is it just a degree that will help you get a promotion, a chance to fly high in your career, or help you add some extra bucks in your pocket? An MBA degree is much more than that. Besides, giving you a degree that will help you add an extra column to your CV, an MBA helps you build on your skills, develop your brand and network. An MBA degree goes beyond classroom learning. Soft skills like teamwork, ethics, communication and leadership that an MBA teaches you helps you not only in your career but also leads to a holistic development. An MBA degree also helps you build a strong network with the elite alumni, faculty and community and industry people.

An MBA will surely help you analyze the balance sheet, solve complicated problems, and help you research and explore new opportunities for your company but at the backdrop an MBA provides something deeper, something life-altering. An MBA is not just Management in Business Administration but as much a business event as well.

When to join MBA?

One of the most important questions is whether to join MBA immediately after engineering or to work and then join. Well, some of the major institutes do prefer people with some work experience and many of the courses during the MBA program revolve around concepts and principles that one would get exposed to only at work. In such cases work experience becomes the distinguishing factor. The ability of the person with some work experience to interact, discuss and handle a particular situation will always have a more practical approach than a fresher.

It is significant that engineers widen their knowledge and skills in the management area if they wish to become senior managers in an organization. Having already obtained a technical degree, an MBA expands the horizon of their education in the wider areas of management. The role of the engineer is changing rapidly within an industrial organization. The engineer is likely to be the manager that has to implement new practices and new technology.

MBA gives you the confidence to pursue your dreams and gives you a force to innovate and experiment. A management degree polishes your managerial skills making you to work towards the goal of the application with greater productivity and lesser cost. The course makes you acquainted with all the aspects of running a company. It grooms the person to serve the best to oneself – only then can he be an asset to an organization.

MBA course prepares you to face the realities of life while you are still in the process of shaping your dreams. The management course gives you a chance to figure out your strengths, weaknesses, passions and harness them.

Types of MBA

MBA courses had always been full time courses, but in the last few years there has been an introduction of many types of MBA programs based on their structure. So now there are part time MBA courses, modular programs, international programs, distance learning programs, and even online MBA programs.
Many schools offer MBA programs along with other academic majors, and some focus only on business degrees.

Choose the MBA Program you want:

Two-Year, Full-Time MBA
One-Year, Full-Time MBA
Part-Time MBA
Executive MBA

Major Streams of MBA

Information Technology
Human Resource
Sales
Marketing
Finance
Systems
Operations


The above mentioned are few of the major streams but there are many other streams (For more you can visit our section on streams of management).

Other career options
Now after going through the article you still might feel that the above mentioned careers are not for you then don’t be disappointed you still have choices to choose from such as administrative services (IAS/IES), GMAT etc.

IAS/IES: Even though corporate jobs may offer the best of salaries and perks, a majority of engineers and their parents still crave for entry to the prestigious Indian Civil Services held by the UPSC. The very fact that a big share of every year's top posts in the civil services exams are bagged by engineering professionals from various streams, shows that IAS still remains the dream.

Consultancy Service: You can complete higher studies, and if you are a civil engineer, computer engineer or architect, you can become a consultant and have your own consultancy firm. If you thought it is only MBA which can fetch you big bucks, then think again!

Journalist/Technical writer: Have you ever thought that you can become a technical writer and earn a lot by simply having an engineering degree. You can become a technical writer and create technical manuals for corporate giants and see how you rise up the ladder in a couple of years. Your technical background will help you get an edge over your non-technical colleagues. You can also write for IT section of any leading newspaper. There are many takers for IT news today and the trend is going to increase in the coming years. There are dedicated technical magazines where you can contribute as well. So go ahead and become a writer and get instant respect and recognition in the industry.

Military service: Engineers are in great demand in our armed forces be it the Army, Navy or Air force. Be a proud Indian and enjoy the life of an Indian military.

Final Words
Whatever you choose, don't jump onto an MBA program without doing all the necessary introspection and research. Our article, What is MBA will help you make your choice.
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Paras10/27/2011 12:49:11 PM

which would be a good university of aerospace eng. I am a international student and need help.
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mam/sir,i m currently stdying in class 12(pcm).i m planning to make a carrier in engineering. i want to get into a good n reputed engineering college. if i m nt planning to go in iit. please suggest the needful n how i should go abt.
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You can consider engineering colleges in indore
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hello sir/mam , I have done my B.E in comp.tech in 2000. After that i could not take strong dicision for my career.I have 3-4 yrs. teaching exp. of college.after that i got married.
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sir, i have done my B.E. in (mining engg) and thinking for mba in part time because currently i am working in a govt company. so i am confused according my graduate degree in which dept mba will benefit me in future. and what are the college in west bangal for part time mba. please provide all necessary information rergarding this as soon as you can. thanking tou
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hello sir

I am kunal garg .i just completed m bachelor degree in civil engg(2008-2012)....please suggest me what to do after this ,whether i should go for m-tech or Mba ....or doing job .....m very much confuse in same .........
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Yes of course.......!

Besides, IIT's, NIT's, Demeed Universities there are large number of institutes which accept GATE scores. I think almost all except GATE even Open Universioties like- IGNOU.

So, if you wont able to get TOP Institutes no problem at all, just try to find the institute according o your score and percentile.

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i just completed m bachelor degree in civil engg....please suggest me what to do after this ,whether i should go for m-tech or Mba ....or doing job .....m very much confuse in same
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Dear Gurmit,

MBA is different thing, its not like Engineering Courses. It provides you masters in Business. So, the concept of MBA in Civil Engineering is totally wrong. MBA only offers you masters in finance, Marketing, HR etc. If you want to do MBA then you can select any of them field but I'll suggest you that you should go for M.Tech and aplly in reputated Company to get better scope for you.

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Hello friend,
There is nothing like civil engineering in MBA.But you can opt for Construction Management.National Institute of Construction Management and Research, in Pune is one of the prominent Institute which also provides this course(Advanced Construction Management). The eligibility for it is a graduate in any branch of
Engineering/Architecture/Quantity Surveying from a recognized university with atleast 50 percent marks in qualifying exams.Its a 2 year full time program.
The students can choose from Infrastructure Development & Management (IDM), Real Estate Development & Management (REDM).
Besides this there are other programs too like Master of Marketing Research (MMR),Master of Public Administration etc....
Thanks for your help i am agreed to your thought and i just want to know the admission procedure as i have done my BE civil and i have more than six year of work experience in the field of civil engineering now i want to do MBA in construction management from nicmar pune through distance learning and i had not faced any exam for admission purpose so u r requested to provide me coplete information regarding admission
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should i opt for part time project management programme from nicmar or full time project management from any mtech colleges?
is there any scope of getting placed in good companies if i go for part time program in pm n wat will be salary package range
i m b e civil n having 2 yrs work experience in structural designing n i wanted 2 shift 2 project management field
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Is there any scope getting place in civil engineering companies after doing mba in infrastructure management or constructio management or real estate management??
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Hi sir, I have done my dual degree in civil engineering i.e,B.tech M.tech and then placed in an MNC and right now I am having 1 year experience. I never thought of getting into a software field but due to some circumstances I landed into it. I am not at all satisfied with this job. Please suggest me whether doing MBA is good at this stage or should I need to focus on getting a job in civil engineering. I am very much confused about this.
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No, there is no such thing as MBA Civil. However if you are interested in civil engineering and its subjects so much than you must opt for an M.Tech degree which is in depth knowledge about civil related subjects.
This is the best way to stay in touch with civil engineering topics and also get a post graduate degree.
M.Tech has a lot of value and especially if you want to work on a site then you must do this.
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