Top MBA Programs Lead to Top Jobs

You can explore the top MBA programs by looking at various rankings from U.S. News & World Report to Businessweek. One of the factors considered in these rankings is MBA career placement. While you still need to put in the work, earning a degree from a top-ranked MBA program like the Mason MBA often leads to more career opportunities.

The Mason MBA degree is a top 100 MBA program and one of the top MBA programs in Washington, DC. With two campus locations, Arlington and Fairfax, the program is conveniently located for anyone living or working in Northern Virginia, Southern Maryland, or Washington, DC. The program also offers Maryland and DC residents the same discounted tuition rates that Virginia residents receive.

To succeed in today’s global marketplace, you need a diverse skillset, broader insights, and the confidence that comes from knowing you are truly prepared to assume a critical leadership role.

In George Mason’s MBA Program, our dedicated career services team offers you personalized career consulting services for life. That means throughout your time in the MBA program and even after you graduate, you will have access to our career services and our broad network of employers.

Our dedicated career management professionals

  • educate you about employment and networking opportunities
  • provide you access to online resources and recruitment fairs
  • deliver professional development seminars
  • review and help you rework your résumé
  • assist you with interview preparation
  • expose you to our large employer network

In a survey of 2014 graduates, 80% of Mason MBA students were employed at graduation, while 52% received a promotion and 68% received a raise.

What do alumni say about the MBA Program and their careers?

“Every day at work there’s a challenge that requires certain knowledge or skills, that, fortunately I’ve acquired through the Mason MBA. There’s no doubt that all the hard work put in all the classwork has paid off. It’s a great place to learn, not only based on curriculum, but from peers and very capable and knowledgeable professors.” -Ruxandra Arustei, MBA ’11, Director of Financial Analysis, Crescent Hotels and Resorts

“As much as I thought I knew what pursuing an MBA entailed, the Mason program pushed and challenged me at every turn to achieve beyond what I previously thought possible. The program forces you to apply a level of disciplined time management and determination that leaves with you the confidence to face any challenge in business. Jonathan R. Snowling MBA ’11, Senior Partner, SR Strategic Communications

“Mason is a strong program that holds its own among the other programs in the DC area while managing to maintain a small-town feel.  At Mason, I have been able to build strong relationships with a diverse set of classmates and professors while juggling a full-time career. Overall, I believe that the way the faculty and administration treats the students is what sets Mason apart from other business schools.” -Brock Walker ’14, Financial Specialist, US Department of Treasury

Learn more about careers of students and alumni in the Mason MBA program, one of the top MBA program in DC and Virginia.

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Paige Wolf

As director of graduate programs at George Mason's School of Business, my vision is to have a vibrant, collegial community of active learners who develop enduring professional relationships with faculty, staff, and fellow students while pursuing their degrees. Prior to this position, I spent 11 years with the School of Business as an associate professor of management teaching both MBA and undergraduate courses in organizational behavior and human resource management. I have more than 16 years of experience as an internal and external consultant on strategic human resource initiatives including team building, organizational development, competency modelling, performance management, employee selection systems, career planning, employee training and development, leadership assessment, and human resource audits.

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