Why Earn Your MBA?

You might be surprised how one degree mixes value with versatility.

There are as many reasons for earning your MBA as there are people who have earned one. It's an incredibly versatile degree which means there are many paths to it, and many paths leading away from your MBA.

Typically, people pursue the MBA degree because they want to be a more valuable asset in their professional life - be it in business, public, or not-for-profit sectors. For some, salary and earning power is important. For others, mastering management skills and concepts to launch into the world of entrepreneurship is their goal. And for some, the MBA represents a piece of a career puzzle they have well-planned out.

If you're interested in earning your MBA but still remain unsure about the commitment, take a look at some of the common questions we hear from prospective students around topics like:

What is the value of an MBA?

Is accreditation important when considering an MBA program?

What can you do with your MBA?

What are common requirements for entering an MBA program?

What is the cost of an MBA program?

Is there a "right time" to earn your MBA?