One of the best things about pursuing a graduate business degree today is the vast array of program choices available. Your reason for pursuing an MBA and the time and resources at your disposal will help you determine the program that is right for you.
Infographic: MBA? Master’s? or Both?
There are many choices for your graduate management education. The following infographic uses survey findings to display the main differences and why it can make sense to get both.
Two-Year Full-Time MBA Programs
Two-year full-time MBA programs allow students to focus full-time on their studies and take advantage of summer internship opportunities.
One-Year Full-Time MBA Programs
One-year full-time MBA programs are an intense, full-immersion experience and usually have strict prerequisites for work experience and/or academic training.
Part-Time MBA Programs
Designed for working professionals, part-time MBA programs allow students to work full-time during the day and attend classes in the evening or on weekends.
Executive MBA Programs
Executive MBA programs are designed to enhance the careers of senior managers or professionals with significant experience in a particular field or industry.
Executive Development Programs
Executive development programs are designed for career enhancers who want to update or broaden their skills.
Joint or Dual Degree Programs
Joint degree programs often attract students who are early in their careers or career switchers.
MBA and Masters Distance Learning Programs
Distance learning programs include pre-recorded video and live web conference courses, thus providing flexibility for any student.
Corporate and Social Responsibility in B-School
More graduate business programs are focusing on values-based leaders who understand the role that community, environment, and sustainability play in business.
How Do I Evaluate Which MBA Program Is Right For Me?
Ask yourself these 5 important questions when considering which MBA program is right for you, courtesy of an Assistant Dean for Graduate Enrollment.
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