Career advancement, networking opportunities and leadership development are key benefits graduates cite as benefits of their MBA or MSBA.

Career advancement, networking opportunities and leadership development are key benefits graduates cite as benefits of their MBA or MSBA.

Top 3 Reasons to Get Your MBA Online

A rewarding business career begins at Albers School of Business and Economics at Seattle University

Are you asking yourself, “Should I go to business school for my MBA?” Here are three compelling reasons to get an MBA or a specialized business master’s degree online.

1. Career Advancement

The desire to change one’s career for the better is one of the most commonly cited reasons to go to business school. Business school is a great option for securing increased career mobility because the coursework is typically geared toward developing management skills to build a more specialized skill set. The median starting base salary for new MBA hires in the U.S. is $105,000, substantially higher than those without MBA degrees.

Furthermore, numerous careers in the field of business analytics rank among the most desirable jobs in the U.S. and the best compensated jobs on the market. With an online format, you can continue to work and complete your degree where it is convenient for you. Check out Albers’ impressive career outcomes.

2. Networking Opportunities

Job opportunities often depend on interpersonal connections, and there’s no better place to forge those connections than business school. Your cohort of classmates will be populated with peers and faculty who bring a wealth of professional relationships and industry experience.

Well-designed online business programs offer networking opportunities to put you in touch with diverse professionals from around the U.S., and even the world, to help you grow a truly global network both in-person and online. For example, the powerful Albers network at SU encompasses companies in the greater Seattle business community such as Amazon, Boeing and Zillow. Check out some of SU’s networking opportunities such as the Albers Mentor Program, or hear Dean Joseph Phillips speak with world-renowned business Puget Sound leaders in the new Executive Speaker podcast, “The Leadership Playbook”; the online MBA even offers a weekend residency for students to form meaningful bonds.

3. Leadership Development

The credential provided by a business master’s degree is not enough to prepare you to succeed as a strategy setter. You also must master the essential soft skills that define truly effective leaders at every level of an organization.

The Online MBA coursework at Seattle University is structured around dynamic leadership challenges, designed to build a problem-solving mindset crucial for the most effective leaders to thrive in today’s business word. The Online MS in Business Analytics program at SU teaches you how to confidently lead actionable strategies that lie hidden within the complexities of modern business.

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If you’re ready to set yourself apart with an online MBA or MSBA degree, the Albers School of Business and Economics is ready to welcome you. The online, AACSB-accredited programs at Seattle University can help you broaden your network and gain in-demand skills to grow your career as you continue to work full time.

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