Hello, I am new to this community and appreciate greatly any insight or guidance you may have. I am currently in my fifth and final year pursuing my bachelor's in civil engineering with no emphasis. I've worked full-time and part-time for the past year for a larger local firm, and will continue to work part-time until I graduate. Their intentions, as well as mine, are to get hired and work full-time as an EIT (I've already passed the FE) and get my PE as soon as possible. My future career goals are to get into project management in a larger scale, and eventually work for an even larger national or international company. With this in mind, I'm considering a Master's of Science in Engineering Management degree at a rather prestigious private school. However, I have also considered an MBA at a more local/state school, or a MS in Civil Engineering at the same local/state school. Which of these three options would blend the best with a BS in Civil Engineering for my future career goals? A few things to consider while contemplating: -The company I work for will offer tuition reimbursement (not full, but some) -The MSEM program will allow me to substitute some electives from their MS in CE program (which is great because I still LOVE the technical side of CE) -The local/state school does NOT have an MSEM program - If I did an MS in CE, I would choose an environmental/water emphasis, NOT structural or transportation (open to geotechnical). - I currently work in Land Development doing site planning, utility design, grading, etc. - I will be working FULL-TIME once I graduate with my BS, and pursue any of the three graduate programs PART-TIME - I usually don't like using this as an advantage/disadvantage, but I feel it may be helpful in deciding: I am an extremely outgoing female who has natural communication skills. Thank you so much in advance for any assistance.