And here is the last part of the topic on Master of Business Administration. If you haven’t read the first two parts, it is highly suggested that you get to them first before you jump on this one.
The first blog which is the Part 1 talks about getting an MBA and how valuable it can be for your career and life in general. Work positions were also covered in the first part, as well as the salary of a person with MBA.
As for the second part, an MBA graduate was interviewed, and she answered all questions about her experience and knowledge. After the interview, the blog continued with the MBA curriculum like foundation classes, core classes, elective courses, and more. An example curriculum was also presented. The time spent on finishing an MBA was also discussed.
This now is the Part 3, the ending of the topic. MBA programs are discussed in this blog, should you decide to pursue the post-graduate studies. Good luck to you always!
What Types Of MBA Programs Are Available?
This is for those who want to concentrate their time and money on getting an MBA and have maximum field experience. Your full commitment is required here, but students can take their time getting the MBA.
If you want to work while getting an MBA, you should consider this. Classes aren’t regular with it being held once a week during evenings or weekends so you can still work. This can take a longer time to accomplish, but they’re good if you live near the campus or if you have work.
With this type, you can study from anywhere and on your own time. Online MBA is for people who want to graduate in less than two years but still want time for work or other responsibilities.
This is a mix of online and on-campus MBA. You don’t have to visit the campus often as they are only there to supplement your online class. It is for people who live near the university and prefer to have different learning methods like in-person learning while still doing coursework online.
People with at least ten years of work experience are usually the ones who take this type of MBA. This is because Executive MBA is a fast-paced program which can help them improve their previous skills, business, or help them start a new one.
This is like a standard MBA program but only accelerated. It allows the student to complete their degree in one year, but lessons are usually more intense with them happening twice or thrice a week and require more commitment and concentration.
This is similar to the EMBA but for people with less than 10 years of work experience. It is also made to accommodate work schedules, so classes are usually held at night or weekends.
This is similar to exchange programs abroad. Students are carefully chosen to participate in this track, and their numbers tend to be small. It is for people interested in applying their knowledge on business and commerce in a global perspective.
This is similar with the PMBA and EMBA in a way that students are assumed to be experienced professionals already. With that, there are lesser electives.
This allows students to earn not just an MBA but also another graduate degree. Students interested in combining their knowledge in business in other fields like healthcare can take this.
This is for those looking to improve their knowledge of specialized subjects like finance or entrepreneurship and usually is used to supplement your graduate degree. MBA Certificates have the same load as MBAs but can be taken by those who don’t have an MBA yet.