The hybrid MBA program at the Goizueta Business School offers a unique mix of classes that combine modern learning styles with the flexibility of a hybrid approach.
There are several types of MBA programs to consider when choosing an MBA program. Learn about the types of MBAs and which is the right fit for you.
What is an Executive MBA? An Executive MBA is a general management program like a traditional MBA degree but it is designed for seasoned working professionals.
Some may ponder the question, is an Executive MBA worth it? Does the market value an Executive MBA the same as a full-time MBA or part-time MBA? Did I miss my window of opportunity? Why should I bother now? The answer to the initial question is yes, an Executive MBA is worth it for the right candidate. There are many myths about Executive MBA programs…I don’t have time, I’m too old, I’m too senior in my career, etc. In the past, the difference between an Executive MBA program and other MBA programs or graduate business degrees was based on...
I’m back! And this time, I’m writing from a different perspective: my husband’s. As a spouse of someone in the program, it can be challenging to adjust as well. They see you less, pick up chores they perhaps didn’t have to do and can get frustrated with you. It’s ok and totally understandable. It’s a huge commitment on our behalf but your spouse or significant other commits to it as well. Hopefully, you’ll find the following information beneficial for yourself (as a prospective/incoming student) and your significant other. In the words of my husband: “Find your own grad school.”...
During the course of the semester, we’ve been exposed to amazing professors and distinguished speakers that have made our experience more enriching.
Team work and business school go hand-in-hand. Even when I knew very little about MBAs, I understood that the degree involved working in small teams on (often) intensive projects.
Resume and career building are often some of the most challenging areas for younger professionals. How do you get the right experience? How do you ensure you are headed on the right career path?