Types of MBA programs

An MBA, or Masters in Business Administration, program is a highly competitive program with a curriculum that includes management, finance, economics, sales, supply chain management, marketing, and human resource management. MBA programs expect candidates to hold a bachelor’s degree with a very high GPA and usually have some previous business coursework in addition to some real world on-the-job experience.

Because many MBA candidates are working professionals with different lifestyles, there are a variety of different MBA programs. Candidates can choose to enroll in a 2-year full time program or an accelerated full-time program. Many working adults choose to take part-time classes or enroll in online classes. If you are interested in getting your MBA, scheduling should not be an issue as there is a program for every lifestyle.


There are many different MBA specializations available to choose from. The purpose of an MBA is to help you get the specific job you want or to fine tune your skills for your current job. Each university has different specializations available for study and you should choose one specific to your career goals. Some of these specializations include Health Care Management, Human Resources, Marketing, Communication, Project Management, Entrepreneurship, Leadership, and IT Management. Some universities and colleges leave you with the option not to specialize. You simply receive an MBA.

Choose your specialization wisely. Make sure it matches your specific career goals as well as your personality. While earning an MBA is a serious financial and time commitment, the benefits are immense.