Why does a B-School degree matter to your career?
Whether you want a career in the nonprofit or corporate world, at an art gallery or in stock trading, a graduate business degree can help you get there faster. In fact, many MBA alumni say the preparation, skills, and credentials they gained in business school expanded their career options.
Here’s what students have to say about how the skills they develop in their programs will help them achieve their goals:
What do you learn in B-School?
The intensive 1 – 2 year (or more) graduate business school degree programs use real business challenges to prepare you for a lifetime of management responsibilities.
Why should you think about getting a graduate business degree?
- Business education gives you control. If you think of yourself as a company of one, you need to build your business skills to reach your goals. Business school can help you get there.
- Business education unlocks a world of opportunity. A graduate business degree signals to companies that you have leadership and management skills, and your network of fellow students, faculty and alumni will help supercharge your career even more.
- It’s an investment in you. On average, students who pursue a graduate business degree end up earning as much as twice as much as those with undergraduate degrees.
- Business education helps you give back. The abilities and insights gained during business education be used to improve life in your city, your country or beyond.
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