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I currently have an MBA and 10 years experience in managing profit and revenue (financial analysis) of software development projects. I decided to go back to school for an MIS degree. I want to manage infrastructure projects; particularly data center consolidations. I am thinking I can leverage my business experience and degree in project management. Still, I want to gain the technical knowledge to best administer and project manage the project. What advice can you offer on skills, certifications, jobs to pursue.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    According to your information, it is a wise decision to to go for MIS degree which enables you to learn business theory & IT strategy/ project management. As you are a developer, you can also consider for sap abap, which is also helps to make you a good competitor in current job market. However, it is better to consult a good educational institute for your better future. 
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  • ToddN2000
    Seeing this post is 7 years old, how has it gone. Did you achieve your goals? What career path did you choose? Changing careers later in life can be a scary thing to do. I have done it myself a few years back at age 50. It's worked out well for me.
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  • CharlieBrowne
    Has all this advise help you?
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