I'm not sure I have enough information available to me to answer your question. If I were in your shoes, I would look carefully at job postings and classified ads and try to talk to a technical recruiter and get an answer to your question targeted at your chosen work locale (which sounds like the NYC metro area, by default). Generally, though, a master's is worth more than a bachelor's, as long as there's work in a field strongly related to the degree. Do some localized analysis, and look at job opportunities for MBAs versus those for computer engineering. Then you can make your decision. Good luck!
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