Three letters – MBA – can make a big difference to your career success.
MBA stands for Master of Business Administration and even if you’ve never taken a business course, the MBA can help you rise to higher professional levels and earn more in your career.
The Goodman School of Business and the Faculty of Graduate Studies are hosting an information session on Thursday, March 26 to provide an overview of Goodman’s MBA and explain the benefits of the program to non-business students.
The information session, which includes a pizza lunch, will highlight admission requirements, the GMAT waiver policy, specializations and the application process for the full-time, part-time and co-op MBA programs.
A student panel of current MBA students will also talk about their current experience as an MBA Candidate.
The session runs from noon to 12:50 p.m. in AS201.
Goodman’s MBA program is internationally recognized for its support of MBA candidates without a business background. Carrie Kelly, director of operations, graduate and executive programs at Goodman, is a featured expert at mba.com where she writes about why non-business students should pursue their MBA and how to get over their fears of the GMAT, a standardized admissions test.
And if career success isn’t enough of an incentive, Goodman has six Dean of Graduate Studies/Dean of Business MBA Entrance Scholarships available for recent graduates of Brock’s Faculties of Applied Health Science, Humanities, Social Science, Math and Science, Education and the Goodman School of Business. The scholarships are worth up to $4,000 each and are awarded based on academic merit and student life involvement.