Welcome to the Master of Business Administration Resource Center where you will find relevant articles, helpful tips and tools, and additional information to help you learn more about this field as you are exploring educational options.
Featured Article: Choosing an MBA Concentration
There are a variety of concentration options available to those interested in a Master's of Business Administration (MBA). When choosing an MBA concentration, students should consider personal experiences and desired income.
Tomorrow’s economy will not be the same as yesterday’s economy. Increasingly, the financial workplace is about how to compete globally rather than just locally or stateside.
Companies pursue business in both established and emerging markets in an environment of accelerating change. As a result, employers seek qualified candidates to work not only in the U.S, but also overseas.Read More »
We are living in interesting times; apps for electronic devices and cloud tools are omnipresent. Today an ‘app economy’ has developed, creating fortunes for tech-entrepreneurs and forever changing the way business is done.1
This app economy is comprised of everyone who has a job thanks to mobile apps. By 2020 this sector of American commerce is likely to double in size to $101 billion, according to application market researcher, App Annie.2Read More »
Following the market downturn of 2008 – where some of the largest and most established companies in the U.S. crumbled – the need for effective risk management became paramount in nearly every industry.
What exactly do risk managers do and why are they so vital to organizations? Salary.com broadly defines the role of risk managers as those professionals tasked with developing and initiating internal and external risk-management and loss-prevention programs.Read More »
The debate is almost as old as higher education: What are employers looking for in job applicants and how can they get it? Is real world experience worth more than a degree?
The correct balance of importance for an advanced degree versus work experience is often hard to find. That assumes there’s a single “correct balance,” for every business management career, which there’s not. Furthermore, when it comes to retaining a job, what’s best for staying employed, growing in your career, and earning a solid salary?Read More »
The purpose for earning your MBA is to help you land the job you want, in the area of business that interests you. To that end, there are many different MBA specializations to help you.
Students pursuing a General Management MBA gain a greater understanding of various functions and departments within an organization. Its focus is on economics, general management skills such as conflict resolution, and an in-depth understanding of leadership. With this broad approach, graduates are in a stronger position to:Read More »