December 30, 2014

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Why I Chose the Mason MBA Program

One of the best ways to learn about the quality of a business school’s MBA degree and what it can do for your career is to hear directly from the students and alumni from the program. What made you choose George Mason’s School of Business MBA program to further your career? I chose Mason due […]

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December 22, 2014

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The ROI of a Traditional MBA Degree vs. an Online MBA Degree

Considering an MBA program but not sure if you should go for the traditional MBA degree or an online MBA degree?  There are many factors to consider including cost, convenience, learning environment, networking opportunities, career outcomes, degree value, ROI, and MBA program reputation. Advantages of a Traditional MBA Degree At George Mason University, we offer […]

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December 15, 2014

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You’ve Been Accepted to an MBA Degree. Now What!?

It’s a big decision to pursue an MBA degree. The process for researching and applying to business schools can be long and tedious. And the relief at getting accepted is amazing. But preparing for your MBA program doesn’t stop once you’ve cleared the application process. We’ve provided tips for you to consider when choosing an MBA […]

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December 9, 2014

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8 Questions to Consider When Choosing an MBA Program

There is a lot to think about as you begin to research business schools and graduate business degrees. Once you’ve decided an MBA program is the best graduate degree for you, you’ll need to find a program that fits your academic and professional goals, delivery format, schedule, and the classroom experience you desire. Some questions […]

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December 1, 2014

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What Not to Do When Applying to Business Schools

Each year, business schools review hundreds of applications to their MBA programs and other graduate business programs. George Mason offers seven different graduate programs that serve students from directly out of their undergraduate career to people with forty years of experience in the field. Their background, education, culture, goals, and experience are very different. We […]

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