Our aim is to provide prospective students with every opportunity available to get an MBA degree, and showing them alternative program options can help them get started on achieving their education goals
Seattle, Wash. (PRWEB) July 1, 2009
With a myriad of traditional and online MBA degree programs available, it's important to stay in the know about the differences between them. As more professionals go back to school to earn an MBA, understanding the kinds of programs out there and what works best in any given circumstance is critical.
My MBA Career strives to bring the most current information to potential MBA candidates, and has expanded its MBA Degree Programs section to discuss three important options for working adults who want to earn an MBA. "Our aim is to provide prospective students with every opportunity available to get an MBA degree, and showing them alternative program options can help them get started on achieving their education goals," says Paula Nechak, career researcher for MyMBACareer.com.
Now business professionals who desire to increase their salary, advance in their job, or have more job options available to them by earning an MBA can learn more about accelerated MBA degree programs, 4+1 programs, and weekend/evening MBA programs. This new information can be found at http://www.mymbacareer.com/mba-resources/other-mba-programs.html.
These comprehensive updates include pertinent and fact-filled data on how the three non-traditional MBA programs fit into a busy lifestyle, what candidates need to do in order to enter a program, and the average length of time it takes to earn an MBA degree in each type of program.
About My MBA Career
My MBA Career (http://www.MyMBACareer.com) is an Internet sites dedicated to helping people interested in entering an MBA program find the information they need to succeed. This comprehensive online resource offers prospective students the ability to:
- Search for MBA schools by state
- Compare and research MBA schools
- Request free information from schools
- Explore MBA education options and career paths
My MBA Career's mission is to help students find the MBA degrees and advanced education resources they need to realize their personal goals.
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