Originally Posted by CAPiTUL
I'm just going by what I've seen when I browsed through grad degrees. I looked at UF, USF, SUNY Stonybrook, GMU, UCONN, NYU. . . all of which were looking for professional work experience after becoming degreed as part of the requirements for admission to their MBA programs.
You're in luck. Half of those schools do not strictly require the two years experience. It is high;y recommended, and it is made clear that most of the applicants posses such experience, but they allow you the oportunity to impress them with whatever you can.
I am sure that being a prodigy with a bachelor degree at age 16 would be impressive enough to some people.