Duke MMS for non-target grad with finance majorER
So basically, I'll be graduating relatively soon from a non-target (2 years, maybe sooner if I decide to try and finish sooner) and I'm exploring some other options in case banking doesn't work out. I've been looking online, and Duke MMS seems like an interesting option in that it doesn't seem ridiculously difficult to get into compared to the top MSF programs, and it would give me the Duke name on my resume, and maybe another shot at banking or at least give me a boost when applying topositions (I'm open to other jobs in finance besides banking).
The thing is, when looking at the coursework, it just seems like a bunch of the same stuff that I'd be doing in undergrad, and, especially if I go back and get an MBA, I'll basically be learning the same stuff 3 times and not really adding any new skills. Cost isn't too huge of a concern, so given that and my background, do you think its still worth looking into the program for the purpose off adding a brand name?