Posts Tagged ‘business administration degree’
Sunday, December 20th, 2009
Many students the world over have been flocking to MBA or Masters in Business Administration degree programs in order to make themselves more competitive. These MBA degrees are offered in traditional on-campus formats, distance programs, flex-format programs, and in numerous online programs such as those found at the University of Phoenix or even the famous INSEAD institution in Europe. These programs are all effective and useful in their own right. While many may not have the cachet or reputation of Harvard’s MBA program with its history with the development of the Harvard Case Study method, these programs do excel in their own fashion. They all teach the learners how to perform fundamental MBA analysis such as BCG Matrix, SWOT Analysis, TOWS Chart, SPACE Matrix, Marketing Audits and a host of other MBA tools. Additionally, because of the expanding dominance of the online format for many MBA programs, students can enroll in these programs from virtually anywhere on the globe.
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