For years, the MBA program has remained the most popular master’s degree in the United States of America- until recently. In 2019, business school applications saw a steep decline by 9.1 percent, according to The Wall Street Journal. This decline did not necessarily signal the end of the MBA’s reign, however. Closer examination showed that many students were venturing overseas to pursue their master’s degree while others were reevaluating the popularly traveled path in lieu of other professional education alternatives. Regardless of the changes, the MBA continues to command attention in the professional world- increasing professional ranking and giving candidates an upper hand in the salary department. However, as with any postgraduate program, it is important that you ascertain whether an MBA is right for you, your career goals and your industry.
Month: April 2020
As we head back to school after our spring break in quarantine, or Coronavacation, we have to adjust to the new normal, which for the time being appears to be online learning. It’s important to stay focused and not lose sight of your degree in these unfamiliar times. Here are a couple of tips to help make online learning work for you: