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A common concern that many people have when looking to earn their MBA is how they’ll be able to balance their current job along with their coursework. But for 2021 Seattle University Online MBA graduate Emily Panyard, she didn’t just continue working while earning her master’s degree—she got promoted because of it.
Looking to land a top job in fashion management, planning, production, or manufacturing? An MBA in Operations might be the perfect fit. This degree will fully prepare you for management and consulting jobs in the fast-paced, constantly-evolving fashion industry.
You’ve likely heard some of the benefits of getting an MBA before: C-suite connections, professional prestige, and other unexpected but equally important perks that last long after graduation. But with the time and money that you have to commit to the program, it’s normal to want to know exactly what you’ll get in return from this popular business degree.
Many universities offer an MSBA degree, but not all programs are the same. Below, we’ll outline the differences between MSBAs and help you determine which type of program fits your wants and needs. Then, you’ll be ready to start your application and begin your graduate school journey.
If it feels like you’re hearing about business analytics pretty frequently, then you’re tuned in to the right sources. Business analytics is a diverse, booming field that’s attracting companies in tech, healthcare, and beyond—and now is the perfect time to join its ranks.
With an average of 20% growth for the leading MBA schools, graduate school admissions are becoming more and more competitive. As you look to apply and start your MBA studies, there are a few things you can do to increase your chances of success.
Are you thinking about advancing your career by getting an Online Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA)? If so, we’ve compiled everything you need to know about an Online MSBA degree below to help you decide if it's the right choice for you.
Gian-Luca Matsuda has had a unique online MBA experience so far: he started the Online Master’s in Business Administration program at Seattle University’s Albers School of Business and Economics two weeks after the city shut down for quarantine. While Gian-Luca and his cohort had to quickly adapt to the fully-remote experience, he was also feeling the direct effects of the pandemic in his role as a data analyst for Seattle’s low-income housing authority.
Over the past year, the global pandemic has left many industries in turmoil, with several sectors facing heavy disruption due to staff cuts and operational changes. While some tech companies are finding fresh opportunities for expansion amid a rapidly shifting work environment, several legacy industries are struggling to weather the storm.
As the digital world continues to expand and evolve, so do the opportunities and careers that it creates. Today, every engagement and consumer transaction carried out in cyberspace creates a data trail of potentially profitable information.
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