Graduate management education programs can open a world of career possibilities and increase your earning potential. From fashion merchandising to medical equipment development, many careers are enhanced by a master’s degree in business administration, and today many industries are competing for candidates with an MBA. Browse the sample job options below to see examples of how a graduate business degree can help you stand out and pursue a career that aligns with your ambitions and your abilities.
When you’re ready to commit to pursuing an MBA, the GMAT® exam is the one business school exam that can help you stand out from the rest, and is the most universally recognized demonstration of readiness for business school.
MBA: Master of Business Administration
MS: Master of Science
Oversee a non-profit hospital organization's finance and administrative functions, including direct supervision of vice presidents of Finance/Human Resources, Operations, and Membership and Board Relations.
Manage academic, administrative, and student operations. Cultivate a vibrant alumni, student, and faculty community. Work with the Dean to serve diverse students and organizations from the non-profit and faith-based communities.