What Is a Graduate Business Degree?
Today’s graduate business degrees offer countless kinds of opportunities and directions—in any kind of setting, anywhere in the world.
First things first: a graduate business degree is earned by completing a graduate business school program, in which students engage in traditional academic coursework and instruction based on real business challenges. Through this intensive experience that lasts one to two years (or more), the degree program prepares you for a lifetime of management responsibilities in business.
What to Expect in a Graduate Management Program
A graduate management education is not just about the MBA. These students share their perspectives on finding the right program and what you can expect in the classroom.
Business Is Everywhere
That may sound like an overstatement, but consider the big picture. Today, the world of business is woven into every aspect of our lives—from using technology like Google® or Facebook® to choosing which movie to watch. With every transaction we make with another person at the corner shop or a major corporation, we’re doing business.
So why should you think about getting a graduate business degree? No matter what your career goal is—from advancing or changing your current career to starting your own business or helping those in need—a graduate business degree can help you get there faster.
Explore Your Degree Options
Today's business and graduate management schools offer more opportunities than ever to help you find a program that meets your specific needs. Programs generally fall into the following categories:
If you’re ready to make a bigger difference with a graduate business degree, take the next step. Register to take the GMAT® exam today.