When I started my MBA education at Goizueta, I had several things I wanted to learn: business strategy, how to compete internationally, accounting, corporate finance and valuations, among many other subjects.
Author: Tom Crosson
In order to get the most out of your time in business school, you’ll need to make some changes to your regular schedule. I often tell prospective students that starting school while maintaining a career and personal life is like jumping onto a moving treadmill.
If you’re considering business school with a minimum of seven to 10 years of work experience, you likely fit one of these three categories: looking to accelerate your career into a more senior role, aiming to shift your career in your current field or considering starting a new career or business.
Congratulations on taking your first step towards your MBA. I know they say the first step is the hardest, but with some planning, it can be easier than you anticipated.