Answered By: Matt LaBrake Last Updated: Mar 28, 2017 Views: 37
The M.B.A. degree is a widely recognized and respected educational credential that is held by many of the world’s most successful business leaders and entrepreneurs. By earning an M.B.A., you distinguish yourself as someone who has an integrated understanding of essential business subjects like marketing, finance, accounting, human resources, operations, and general management. And because the typical M.B.A. curriculum relies extensively on the case study methodology, M.B.A. graduates have the analytical skills to think strategically and to solve complex business problems. For these reasons, the M.B.A. has long been a sought-after credential for career advancement and mobility. Also, earning an M.B.A. can pay dividends with respect to your lifetime earning potential and job security. Finally, many of the skills and concepts taught in M.B.A. programs can equip you to work as a consultant or to launch a successful business venture of your own.
Berkeley College now offers an M.B.A. in Management, the first graduate degree offered by the Berkeley College School of Graduate Studies.