Hello Forum Members,

I am in a fix about one recent law implementation in regard to Master's Exemption Cap and H1B Regular cap. Let me first give my educational background.

I have a Bachelor's degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from a non-US accredited university.
I did my MBA from a US For-profit accredited college.
I will file for H1B during FY2016 i.e. next year.

My question is, I know I can't file for Master's Exemption cap since I have my MBA from a for-profit college, but can I at least use the degree to show I have knowledge about that subject-matter and how it relates to my H1B job? Or, I have to use my Bachelor's degree and get a job in a field related to that. A clarification would be much appreciated. P.S. I expect to get 9-10 months of experience in the field where I will file for H1B next year.

N.B. The H1B job will be that of a BA/QA.

Thanks in advance.