Master of Business Administration (MBA) Degrees
Are you a business professional looking for an added edge? Consider earning a master’s degree in business administration (MBA degree). MBA classes offer intense, executive-level content that aim to produce graduates with leadership potential. Enhance your marketable skill set—or gain a fresh perspective on your current role—with the industry-current analysis, information, and practical management strategies that an MBA program offers.
MBA programs are for bachelor degree holders, and typically take two years of full-time study to complete. Students in these graduate-level programs can expect to cover a broad range of business topics from a managerial perspective, including finance, accounting, business law and ethics, and marketing.
Students also have the option of pursuing specialized knowledge in a field of their choice by undertaking an MBA with a concentration program.
What Are The Benefits Of Earning An MBA Degree?
The National Center for Education Statistics reports that MBA degrees are the second-most popular master’s degree program in the United States, after education(i) . Based on this popularity, students clearly perceive that earning an MBA offers potential benefits. These benefits could include:
- Broad business knowledge at an advanced level;
- Development of managerial skills that can apply to large, small, for-profit or non-profit organizations;
- Additional understanding that can be used to pursue an independent business venture;
- Potential enhancement of a graduate’s marketability, especially when competing for management-level jobs.
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(i) U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics. (2010) Digest of Education Statistics, 2009 (NCES 2010-013), Chapter 3. Online at http://nces.ed.gov/programs/digest/d09/ch_3.asp