December 8, 2015

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Which MBA Specialization Is Right For You? Part 3

George Mason’s nine areas of emphasis in the MBA program enable you to select courses to fit your interests and meet your specific career goals. Use your electives to take courses in one MBA specialization and enhance your career opportunities within that area. Mason’s School of Business Areas of Emphasis Accounting Entrepreneurship Financial Management Information […]

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December 1, 2015

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Which MBA Specialization Is Right For You? Part 2

With nine areas of emphasis, George Mason’s MBA program provides you a wide range of elective courses to fit your interests and meet your specific career goals. An MBA specialization enhances your expertise in a specific industry or skill and can set you apart from other job applicants with an MBA on their résumé. Mason’s […]

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November 23, 2015

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Which MBA Specialization Is Right For You? Part 1

At George Mason, with nine areas of emphasis in the MBA program, you can select courses to fit your interests and meet your specific career goals. By using your five elective courses in one MBA specialization, you gain greater expertise in that area. Mason’s School of Business MBA Specializations Accounting Entrepreneurship Financial Management Information Systems […]

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November 19, 2015

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MBA to Entrepreneur: 5 Tips for Successful

According to the infographic below from the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), an MBA degree can give you 5 important tools you need to be a successful entrepreneur. 1. Unlock Your Ideas An MBA degree is one of the best places for new entrepreneurs to take the plunge and begin their new business. According to […]

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October 26, 2015

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The Value of an MBA degree for Women

Today, women make up 50% of the workforce but only 17.1% of boardrooms and 4% of CEOs among Fortune 500 companies. According to the infographic below, women with an MBA degree generally find a 35 – 40% pay gain after graduation, and a 55 – 65% pay gain from their pre-MBA salary within 5 years […]

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