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Cost of Not Earning an MBA

All too often, when the cost of a graduate education is discussed, it's in terms of the literal cost of the program: how much students have to pay to earn their degrees. While there's no denying that cost is important and that student debt should be carefully considered before entering into, there...

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The Benefits of Earning a Master's in Business Analytics

When it comes to choosing to attend graduate school, prospective students often look for the answer to one question above all others: Is this degree worth it?

Often, prospective graduate students are searching out the certifications to...

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Networking

Balancing In-Person and Digital Networking Techniques

When it comes to succeeding in business these days, having friends in high places across many industries can go a long way in increasing your odds of finding a new career or job. In fact, recent surveys show nearly 85 percent of career positi...

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Like any business professional knows, planning ahead and being prepared are key factors that contribute to whether or not a graduate student’s application is strong enough to potentially earn them a space in a rigorous and respectable program.

You’re not an undergraduate student anymore, and put...

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3 Reasons Why an MBA Matters in the 21st Century

The ways in which the world is different today than it was, say, thirty years ago are wide sweeping. Time, technology, innovation and globalization have affected all segments of our lives. From the culture of coffee to the way we hold meetings, ev...

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Student Spotlight: Cecily Scott MBA '19 Candidate

When it comes to studying online, some prospective students admit to worrying about how to make friends or business connections in a distance learning program. But when it comes to William & Mary's Online MBA, networking with your classmates an...

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Student Spotlight: Evan Howell MBA '18 Candidate

Although an MBA is a Master of Business Administration degree, it is not limited to professionals in traditional business roles or to those with a business background or undergraduate degree. It is immensely helpful to a great variety of emerging an...

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Student Spotlight: Lindsay Reed MBA '18 Candidate

Because online master’s programs allow professionals to study from wherever they currently reside, they often feature a more diverse student cohort than on-campus programs, which typically attract students predominantly from the surrounding areas...

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Student Spotlight: Lissa Venosh MBA ’19 Candidate

For professionals, earning a Master of Business Administration degree can make a huge impact in their long-term business potential, but working professionals often have busy schedules, making it difficult to carve away time for classes and studyi...

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Student Spotlight: Mark Dieterle ’80, MBA ’19 Candidate

In 1976, 18-year-old Mark Dieterle joined William & Mary for the first time, earning his bachelor’s degree in 1980. Over the 30 years that followed, he started numerous Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree programs but was never a...

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