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An online MBA isn’t for everyone. And if it were, it wouldn’t be half as useful or as marketable as it is now. If you’re not sure if an online MBA is right for you, then see if you fall into one of these groups:

You want to advance your career

Companies now look for two things when promoting employees or hiring for top positions: experience and education. If you’ve been stuck at the same position for the last few years, then improving your education is likely what you need to advance in your company or elsewhere.

Your Job is Too Demanding to Visit the Campus Often

The online aspect is particularly beneficial for people who work full-time or more. Yes, you could probably find a way to drive to a university a few times a week, but what would you have to sacrifice in terms of your job, friends, and family?

A recent Forbes article explains the difficulties of trying to earn an MBA on campus:

“Doing an MBA and working full time will have an impact on your colleagues and your boss. You will have to take time off work to attend classes, which means that your colleagues will have to be accommodating to your needs. This will be a far easier process if your boss has an MBA and sees the value of the degree.”

You Want to Learn More About Your Industry

Business majors don’t always end up working in their specific concentration. If you now find yourself working with accounting, finance, or marketing, but didn’t specialize in it during your undergrad, then an online MBA would give you more qualifications and background regarding your job.

You Want to Enter the world of Business

Many students would rather choose a STEM or arts major and put off business until their graduate studies. If you majored in Chemistry, Mathematics, or any other of the STEM majors, then earning an MBA would improve your job prospects among private firms.

To talk more about earning your MBA, or anything else, contact us today.

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