BUSINESS MASTER'S PROGRAMS BLOG

MBA Degree Demand Growing

According to the Graduate Management Admission Council’s (GMAC) 2017 corporate recruiters survey, demand for MBA degree graduates continues to grow with the number of companies globally hiring MBAs expected to reach 86% in 2017, up from 79% in 2016. In the United States, demand for MBAs is expected to reach 91% this year, up from […]

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Women in Business: Female Entrepreneurs Creating Jobs

Women business owners…it’s not a trend; it’s a reality. There are more than 9 million women-owned businesses in the United States, averaging 500 women-owned businesses starting each day. While women in business are still hitting the glass ceiling, many are creating their own destiny. According to the infographic below, 30% of U.S. businesses are women-owned, […]

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Will a Business Management Degree Help You with Your Small Business?

Will an MBA degree help you with your small business? The answer is yes! Many business professionals find themselves in entrepreneurial roles in the workforce that would benefit from the business management skills that a business management masters degree offers. For small and mid-sized business owners, gaining management skills quickly can help your bottom line. […]

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Are you ready for an MBA Degree?

When to pursue an MBA degree is a question that looms on the minds of many professionals. It is important to gain enough work experience to provide context to what you learn in an MBA program. Having too much work experience could limit the ROI of the new knowledge and skills take that an MBA […]

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GMAC Survey Finds Business School Alumni Value Their Business Degrees

According to the Graduate Management Admission Council’s (GMAC) 2017 alumni perspectives survey report, business school alumni found their education rewarding and enjoy expanded career possibilities. The infographic below highlights some of the results of this survey. The survey of business school alumni found that 52% are currently employed in an industry or job function they […]

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