antigravity Posted April 29, 2013 Share Posted April 29, 2013 I am a tenured associate professor who teaches and does research in the field of strategy and international business. I enjoy research and have a successful career. But, I am faced with a dilemma. I ended up studying business as an undergraduate as a result of doing what everyone else did during those years in my country. Followed everyone else in the graduating high school class so to speak, and ended up in the top business school in that country. Graduated as valedictorian, came to US to a top school to get MBA, got the PHD in another top school. Now years later, I realize that I made a big mistake not following my dreams. I am very math and sciences oriented, and anything about airplanes, engines and such I find interesting. As a kid I grew up taking things apart and building and tinkering. As this point in my career I am toying with the idea of going back to school to some engineering PhD. But would that even be possible! Would I have to be an undergrad again! What advice do you have? Probably, I should forget this all : ) . Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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