As you think about earning your MBA, don’t forget that you need to search for the right program for your goals and career. As well as you may be doing now, you likely know that you can expand your career and options with an advanced professional MBA.
In Iowa, you can choose from several accredited MBA programs. Depending on your individual and family situation and your level of experience, you’ll want to choose between one of these options: online or on campus, part-time or full-time MBA.
If you can take the time away from your job and focus your full attention on reaching graduation, you may be able to enroll in a program that offers a cohort approach to your degree; this is designed to allow you to stay with the same class throughout the academic program and can take as little as one year to complete all requirements. Look for additional features within the programs you’re already looking at. Some offer specific training right after completing their undergraduate degree coursework, some are focused on getting you easy access to a quality general MBA, and some center on professionals who already work full-time with their companies and need to master the content of their courses while also having time to live their life.
With this in mind, you can look for a program that allows you to best meet your goals and graduate with the concentration you want including healthcare management, informatics, policy management, or another concentration.