Overview of MBA Programs in Connecticut
As you consider returning to school to earn your MBA, you have several factors to think about. Where will you go? How much financial aid will you need?
The most important factor for you to muse over: What impact on your career will your MBA have? You want to rise within your profession and possibly, with your employer. That means the MBA program you choose will have to give you the foundation that leads to a higher salary. You also need a program that has an excellent return on investment.
Beyond thinking about the future after earning your MBA, you need to consider today. If you were in an MBA program today, how much time would you spend studying, taking tests, in class, and commuting? If you can’t realistically manage a full-time, in-residence program, then a part-time or even an online program would better fit your life.
Your employer may want you to enter an MBA program and graduate—fast. If this is the case, a 12-month program will make you and your employer happy. If you have a career separate from business, such as engineering, then a program that is STEM-certified will allow you to remain in this field even as you move up in the ranks.