Explore Graduate Management Degrees
With so many business school degree options, you are sure to find the perfect fit.
Today’s diverse business school programs offer a wealth of opportunities and options. To help you narrow down your choices, we put together the following list of questions:
- Can I handle working full-time and attending school part-time – or vice versa?
- Do I want classmates who share my interests and experience level?
- Am I ready for the responsibilities of an MBA-level position upon graduation?
Learn more about whether you should work or not work during school.
- How will school affect my family?
- Will my spouse need to relocate and/or enter a new job market?
- Does the school offer support for spouses and families?
Learn more about dealing with personal change.
- How do I learn best?
- What biases exist in my targeted industry or company that could affect my choice of program type?
- Do I already have a functional or industry specialty, or do I need an MBA to develop one?
Learn how to find the best school for you.
- Do I want to study locally, in my home country, or abroad?
- Do I prefer to be in a college town or a city?
- How will the school’s connections with the local business community help?
Learn more about studying internationally.
- Does the prevailing culture of a school fit with my personality?
- Do I like the dominant personalities of the student body, staff, faculty, and alumni?
Learn more about student life and environment.
Look at your answers and compare them against your expectations, and you’ll have a much better idea of whether you’ll have a much better idea of whether you’ll want to go a traditional, two-year full-time program, a part-time program, or even focus on a specialized master's degree.
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