Executive Part Time MBA Program at MSU Broad College Continues to Improve

April 09, 2011 (PRLEAP.COM) Education News
April 9, 2011 Over the last 50 years, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) has recognized the Eli Broad College's commitment to improving student's experiences and their careers.

The executive-style Weekend MBA program has been modified their program to package together a team-based approach throughout its 19-month curriculum. The program offers a great opportunity to balance out one's home life with one's work life. Michigan State's part time MBA schedule maintains a level of conciseness and consistency throughout the duration of the program. It is offered in two locations and contains a high-caliber group of diverse classmates to work with and learn from. The students not only acquire the edge they need to excel in their personal lives, but also leave with the credentials necessary to advance their business careers.

John Miller, Director of the executive MBA Program at the Troy office, is highly devoted to business development and has years of experience at several leadership roles in the auto industry.

"[The Michigan State University Broad College Weekend MBA program] has organized a unique and flexible delivery model for future business leaders to benefit from," said Miller. "My colleagues and I take pride in our product for students and challenge them to work together with extensive, business based projects".

Students develop invaluable support systems and professional networks while enrolled. The part time MBA program has helped fine-tune their career paths and open the door to new opportunities.

"The needs of both corporate and student customers are changing in today's society," said Antonio Doblas-Madrid, professorial assistant. "[And] MSU's Broad College does a great job staying up to date".

Earning an accredited MBA at Michigan State gives students an impressive array of skills and experience that enable them to succeed wherever their careers take them. Programs at the Broad College are consistently placed in the top ten percent of AACSB-ranked business schools.

Michigan State University's executive-style MBA students come from many industries, backgrounds, job titles and experiences. After the 45-credit hour degree, they will have shared and connected special traits with each other that will be used forever.

Michigan State University's Eli Broad College of Business is consistently ranked among the top business schools in the country, with more than 6,000 students currently enrolled in undergraduate, MBA, masters, doctoral and executive development programs. Its mission is to excel in the education and development of business leaders and in the creation and dissemination of knowledge, leading to national and international prominence.