Executive Part-Time MBA Program Continues to Compete with Top Tier Schools at the MSU Broad College of Business

May 06, 2011 (PRLEAP.COM) Education News
The Executive Weekend MBA program is continually modified to encourage a team-based approach to education throughout its 19-month course. Focusing on creating a strong balance between work and home life, the program spares no expense nor experience to ensure that its participants receive the most well-rounded education available. The Eli Broad School of Business Part Time MBA schedule is concise, time-conscious, and consistent throughout while simultaneously offering a pair of locations and containing a group of high-caliber, diverse classmates with which students can live and work. A primary focus of the Weekend MBA is to ensure that students leave with the necessary credentials to advance their careers in business as well as accruing the network and personal edge that only a top-level MBA program can provide.

The Director of the Executive MBA Program at the Troy office, John Miller, has devoted his life to business development and draws heavily from his years of experience at leadership roles across the auto industry. Miller feels that the MSU part time MBA program "has created a flexible, efficient, and unique delivery model from which many future business leaders can benefit". The programs at the Eli Broad College are regularly placed amongst the top 90th percentile of AASCB-ranked business schools.

Antonio Doblas-Madrid, faculty at MSU, states that, "these days, the needs of both corporate, and student customers, are changing and that MSU's Broad College has done an exceptional job of staying competitive and up to date". Earning an accredited MBA at Michigan State gives its recipients an impressive, life-long status of top-notch skill and experience. This high return on investment is recognized by graduates as the leave the Executive Weekend MBA program.

Students of Michigan State University's Executive MBA program come from a multitude work industries, cultural backgrounds, job titles and life experiences. After partaking in the 45-credit hour degree, these graduated will have shared a special experience with each other that has been shared by thousands of previous graduates and business leaders in the field.

About Michigan State University Eli Broad College…

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.