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MBS or MS?

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I'm a chemistry major and I was wondering what would benefit me in the long run, a MBS in Biochemical Engineering, Chemistry, or a MS in either of these, I want to go for my PhD in Biochemistry and was wondering would the MBS in say Biochemical engineering hinder me? thanks again.
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>>18081090
Just apply for the PhD, unless money isn't a problem for you.
> PhD is free
> you can opt out of the PhD program in 2 years time and get a free master's
> your undergraduate degree matters to a certain extent, but what matters the most are your research experiences
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>>18081096
I'm going to go for industry experience first and save some money, I want to start a business and was thinking a MBS would help prepare me for the ins and outs, also I could help consult for other companies and do research and development, Would that hinder me when pursuing a PhD?
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>>18081102
Ah, okay. Looks like I kind of misunderstood your question. That sounds like a good plan, but I don't believe a PhD will add any more value to you if you plan on doing consulting.
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>>18081108
I feel you on that, I just want to add value and invest in myself with a PhD when I start doing things on my own because I love research, I was just wondering if getting the MBS in say chemical engineering would be looked at as worthless to a biochemistry PhD program in the future. My situation is my degree is accredited, but not by ACS, so some of my professors recommended to me to go for my MS first before a PhD to add some leverage to myself despite the undergrad program.
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>>18081124
Ask those professors then if the MBS would be a barrier to entry. I'm guessing the answer would be no, but check. I do get your reasoning re the MBS though.
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