We saw the demand for quality management degree information and created a website focused on a prospective student’s quest to find the right options.
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) September 06, 2012
ManagementDegrees.net, a virtual management educational resource, recently launched its website to help prospective business students navigate their degree options. The new site features a robust management career guide, information on more than a dozen management degree specializations, a management school directory, and a management how-to blog.
"We know that it can be a challenge to navigate through the profusion of post-secondary educational options, especially in the management and business arena. We saw the demand for quality management degree information and created a website focused on a prospective student’s quest to find the right specialization and school,” said Laurel Gray, Editor-in-Chief at ManagementDegrees.net. “Our website aims to bring prospective business students one step closer to their ideal college and degree specialization.”
The website incorporates a fresh appearance, intuitive navigation, and most importantly relevant information for students to make an educated college decision. Whether students are recent high school graduates or non-traditional adult learners seeking advancement in the workforce, ManagementDegrees.net serves up information for prospective management students, so they don’t have to do the heavy lifting in the school and degree discovery phase. The site includes information on a range of management degree specializations from business and HR management, to construction and sports management.
Visit ManagementDegree.net’s new website at http://www.ManagementDegrees.net and discover the path to professional success through a management degree.
About Management Degrees
Managementdegrees.net serves as the starting point for college admission, saving time and headaches during your search to find the perfect management program. We have a large network of more than 100 online college and universities and degree programs to fit prospective students' career goals.