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The Ultimate Guide to Online Master's in Business Analytics Programs

Calling all big data wranglers! As businesses continue to dive into the future of work, the demand for automation is increasing.

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Noodle Editorial Staff
Feb 28
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Is an MHA or an Executive MHA The Right Program For Your Healthcare Career?

Perhaps you’ve always had an interest in healthcare, but are more interested in controlling the finance side of things than you are in working at the bedside. Or maybe you already worked in healthcare as a nurse or healthcare provider, and want to expand your administrative skills by learning what goes on behind the scenes in your medical facility or hospital.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Dec 03
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Women and MBA Scholarships

Female students continue to be underrepresented in Business School enrollment. This seems to be a stubborn issue particularly seen in MBA programs. By comparison, in other graduate institutions, women now outnumber men in law, medical and veterinary school.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Nov 30
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What Skills Does An MBA Provide?

MBA students engage a comprehensive course of study, becoming knowledgeable in all the functional areas of business by rotating through subjects such as finance, accounting, operations, management, consumer behavior, marketing, and human resources. This holistic approach to business study allows degree holders to pursue a variety of jobs in many industries.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Nov 29
Career Paths

How to Become a Hospital CEO

Do you find yourself driven to help people in a healthcare setting but you also love the business aspect of the medical field? If that sounds like you, you may be the perfect candidate for the position of a hospital CEO.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Nov 27
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What is an MBA in Healthcare Management?

Some MBA programs require you select a specialization. Others do not, and produce MBA graduates with generalized skill sets. Depending on your area of interest, you may want to specialize your MBA and develop your professional expertise in a particular industry.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Nov 20
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Exploring MHA Programs in New York

If you are an aspiring healthcare administrator you will find there are many high quality programs available to New Yorkers seeking to obtain a Master’s in Healthcare Administration.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Nov 16
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Acquire your Master’s in Public Administration Online: No GRE Necessary

Securing an online Master of Public Administration, (MPA), can get you one step closer to achieving your career aspirations. Perhaps you’re committed to a future in a civil service position, as an education administrator, or in a city manager role. Competent and well-trained individuals in these types of positions are in high demand. Earning your MPA will demonstrate your proficiency and your readiness.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Nov 12
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The Journey Towards Leadership: What You Will Learn In An MHA Degree Program

MHA program curricula aim to provide students with the skills and education necessary to become managers and leaders in various healthcare organizations. Allow Noodle to guide your way on your journey to an MHA degree.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Nov 09
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Healthcare Management vs. Healthcare Administration: What’s the Difference?

If you are trying to sort out the difference between Healthcare Management and Health Administration allow Noodle to provide clarification.

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Noodle Editorial Staff
Nov 08
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How MHA Rankings Fail To Measure Up

If you’re enrolling in a graduate program and investing your time, money, and future in a particular curriculum, allow Noodle to help you find the optimal program for your needs.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Nov 07
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Worth The Rush? A Guide To Accelerated MBA Programs

Going to graduate school is a big decision, but one that can pay off greatly over time. And those who do choose grad school will become part of an increasingly large cohort of peers. In fact, earning a graduate degree is becoming more popular than ever: it is the fastest growing educational credential in the United States.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Nov 05
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What Can You Do With a Hospital Administration Degree?

If you are interested in improving patient care without the hands-on aspect of treatment you may thrive in a career as a hospital administrator.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Nov 05
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You Can Earn Your MHA Without Breaking the Bank

If you are looking to advance your career in healthcare administration, you should consider heading back to school. Consider the different ways to pay for your MHA.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Nov 02
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Weighing The Value Of An MBA Concentration

Unlike some other graduate degrees, an MBA won’t position you to become a licensed professional like a doctor or lawyer. You won’t see a MD, or Esq. after your name. But this prestigious degree will give you practical expertise across numerous industries — and serious credibility in the business world.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Nov 01
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Practice Makes Perfect: Getting Your Ideal GMAT Score

Most business school applicants approach the GMAT requirement with some degree of stress. The exam is tightly timed and the questions can seem wonky compared to those on other standardized tests. Prepping is time-consuming, and it can be maddeningly difficult to move your score into a percentile that is reflective of your real aptitude or potential.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Oct 31
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Pulling Back The Curtain: Demystifying The Business School Rankings

The popularity of US News and World Report’s school rankings has made them the most influential ranking system in the country. High rankings make big news and launch schools on the path to prestige. But these assessments are not without their critics. There is fierce debate about the validity of US News’ MBA rankings.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Oct 30
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Preparing For Business School: Your Pre-MBA Strategy

If you’re heading off to business school and have a weaker quantitative background, studied liberal arts as an undergrad, served in the military, or hail from a profession like education, healthcare, or law, you might benefit from some pre-MBA preparation. Sure you got in, but what will it take to succeed as a student?

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Oct 29
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Applying To Business School As A Junior Or Senior In College

You’ve probably heard that MBA admissions officers are looking for candidates who can list at least two or three years of work experience on their business school resumes. While work experience can be important for an MBA, many schools are also excited to see highly qualified younger candidates in the applicant pool to fill some of their open spots.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Oct 28
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Will A Master’s In Healthcare Management Open Doors For Your Career?

Considering a Master's in Healthcare Management? Allow Noodle to show you the possibilites.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Oct 24
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Master’s Degrees for the Business of Music

Do you dream of a career in the music industry? If so, there are opportunities available for those who possess the right combination of passion and work ethic. From representing artists to mixing a hit record in a recording studio, there are a variety of positions you can pursue to become part of this exciting field. But you might be wondering, how can you break into the music industry?

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Oct 23
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MBA Redo: Reapplying to Business School After Being Rejected

If your top choice business school program did not accept you for admission, you probably feel upset — or, quite simply, rejected. It’s natural to feel this way, especially if you made a herculean effort to submit a strong application. If you were counting on an MBA to jumpstart your career and didn’t get into any of the schools to which you applied, you may feel as if your plans are now in question.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Oct 19
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Deciding Your Path To The Healthcare Profession: MPH or MHA?

Both the MPH and MHA are great for individuals looking to improve healthcare outcomes, but the focus of the two degrees is different. Allow Noodle ensure that the path you select is one you'll actually enjoy.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Oct 17
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Why MBA Programs Seek The Quiet Power Of Introverts

Back in 2012, Susan Cain, author of international bestseller *Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking*, delivered a [fascinating TED talk](https://www.ted.com/talks/susan_cain_the_power_of_introverts/up-next?language=en) on the differences between introverts and extroverts. Cain touched on a common misconception about introverts: that these "quiet" individuals are somehow less powerful and effective in their lives.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Oct 15
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9 Common Business School Application Mistakes

Savvy business school applicants can boost their profiles and increase their chances of getting in with a strong application. But they can also succumb to some of the most common application mistakes and doom their candidacy.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Oct 12
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Will Your Company Pay For Your MBA?

If you’re choosing to return to school and earn an MBA, one issues you’ll need to consider is the investment of time and money required. Generally speaking, you must weigh both the cost of MBA tuition and the time you will be spending out of the workplace without a salary.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Oct 09
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Online MHA Programs That Don’t Require a GRE

Allow Noodle to make the process simpler by guiding you toward the online schools with no GRE required.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Oct 04
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What Can You Do With an MBA in 2019?

The MBA continues to be a career-catapulting degree for many future entrepreneurs and business leaders. However, the value of the degree and its return on investment depends on many factors. Ultimately, an MBA is only necessary — and worth your time and money — if it is aligned with your career goals.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Oct 01
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The Right Stuff: What Business Schools Look For In Their Applicants

By and large, the business school admissions process is holistic. There is no perfect candidate profile. There is no perfect work resume. And the expectations of one school may differ from those of another. At elite institutions, exceptional grades or scores may be required for admissions. At lower ranked, part-time, and online programs, there may be less of an emphasis on these stats.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Sep 30
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What Does it Take to Get into Business School?

When it comes to business school admissions, there is no perfect candidate. Because admissions committees are looking for well-rounded and diverse cohorts, there is no one resume or set of work experiences that can guarantee you’ll get in.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Sep 28
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The Most Important MBA Application Essay Question: "Why Do You Want This Degree?"

If you plan on applying to Business School, you will have to answer several essay questions on each of your applications.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Sep 25
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Is Earning A Master’s in Healthcare Administration Worth It?

As a healthcare administrator with a Master’s in Healthcare Administration, you have the potential to help medical providers operate successfully while keeping their focus on the health of their patients; not to mention, you have the potential to make a steady, impressive salary yourself.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Sep 24
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What Kind Of Job Can An MBA Graduate Get?

There are many personal and professional rewards to getting an MBA. The degree can establish your credibility and give you an edge. It can open doors to new career pathways. It can give you access to jobs and networks that might otherwise be unavailable.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Sep 24
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How To Approach The Dreaded MBA Admission Essays

Applying to graduate Business School is not for the faint of heart. Applicants typically submit anywhere from three to six essays per school. So if you’re applying to several programs, you’ll feel as though you’ve composed a senior thesis by the time you’re finally done — or like you’ve written your memoirs.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Sep 19
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Has The MBA Gone Soft? The Skills Business Schools Are Really Looking For

Have business schools gone soft? These days, the answer is yes — but not in the way you might think. In an effort to remain relevant and rise to modern challenges, the MBA has undergone some changes.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Sep 14
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Writing an A+ MBA Resume for Business School Admissions

As a business school applicant, you will almost certainly need to create (and perfect) a resume. A standout resume will go a long way towards tilting your business school application towards a yes decision. However, your experience and credentials are not the only things admissions officers will be looking for; the story you tell with your resume will matter too. Bearing this in mind, you may want to shape your business school resume differently than you would the traditional, professional resume you are accustomed to using.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Sep 11
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How To Overcome A Weak Math Profile As An MBA Applicant

Not every applicant to business school is blessed with a natural affinity for number-crunching. In fact, as more and more business schools are courting non-traditional applicants from under represented professions such as healthcare and education, many students find themselves wanting the degree, but lacking the quantitative aptitude MBA programs require.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Sep 10
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How To Tailor Your MBA Application to Your Dream Business School

One of the biggest application mistakes made by MBA hopefuls is assuming that responses and essays written for one school will work just as well for another. We’re here to tell you, they won’t. Admissions committees can detect when an applicant is using the same old story for every application. In fact, it’s generally pretty obvious.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Sep 07
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Your Guide To MBA Specializations

Growing up, almost every kid gets that that oft-repeated question: "What do you want to be when you grow up?" When it comes to business school specializations, the possibilities are just as diverse and exciting.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Sep 04
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Pros And Cons Of Pursuing A Part-Time MBA While Working Full-Time

Many candidates who want to earn an MBA are not prepared for the time or financial investment required to be a full-time student. Some individuals need to work while earning the degrees. Others might have family obligations. Whatever the circumstances, work-life balance becomes even more important once that first semester kicks off.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Sep 02
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Pros And Cons Of Pursuing A Part-Time MBA While Working Full-Time

Many candidates who want to earn an MBA are not prepared for the time or financial investment required to be a full-time student. Some individuals need to work while earning the degrees. Others might have family obligations. Whatever the circumstances, work-life balance becomes even more important once that first semester kicks off.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Aug 31
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The Value In Accreditation — Get Your Master's In Marketing Analytics From An Accredited University

If you want to obtain a Master's in Marketing Analytics, you might want to consider an accredited program. Noodle will share why accreditation might be important for reaching your future goals.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Aug 29
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Why Work Experience Matters On MBA Applications

If you’re hoping to submit your business school applications anytime soon, you’ll need to start by thinking about where you want to apply, and what it will take to get in.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Aug 28
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Are You Too Young (Or Too Old) To Earn Your MBA?

There are a few critical questions you should ask yourself before heading to Business School. What will this degree do for you, personally and professionally? Will you see return on your investment (ROI)? Do you need to earn an MBA to gain credibility, accelerate your career, or move into a new industry? If so, is there a right time (and right age) at which to go?

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Aug 27
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The Art of Negotiating Company-Sponsored Tuition Reimbursement

Is money the only thing holding you back from pursuing a master's degree? Noodle has some insight on how you might be able to get around that.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
May 10
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Earn Your Next Pay Raise with a Master's in Business Analytics

Are you ready for your next big promotion but need a competitive edge to put you on top? Noodle has you covered.

Lizzie
Lizzie Perrin
May 01
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A 2018 Guide for a Career in Business Analytics

Allow Noodle to guide you through the steps to pursue a lucrative career in business analytics.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Apr 30
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Learn About a B-School's Culture Outside of Info Sessions

Every business school has a dynamic website, holds friendly info sessions all over the world, and hosts campus visits for future applicants. Furthermore, most future MBAs have friends or colleagues who are current students or recent grads, eager to discuss their alma mater’s wonderfulness. These are great sources of information and insight, but they each have biases and limitations that can constrain or even distort your perception of the program.

Dan
Dan Bauer
Apr 16
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Exploring the Difference Between a Career in Business Intelligence vs. Business Analytics

Trying to decide between a career in business intelligence or business analytics? Allow Noodle to guide you in your career choice.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Apr 13
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Becoming Certified in Marketing Analytics

Interested in pursuing marketing analytics but don't know where to start? Noodle guides you on some paths you should consider.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Mar 31
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Getting an MBA with a Marketing Analytics Specialization

If an MBA isn't unique enough for you, think about specializing in Marketing Analytics -- one of the fastest growing job markets.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Mar 30
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Everything You Need to Know to Succeed in an Organizational Development Career

Interested in learning more about a career in organizational development? Allow Noodle to provide the details you desire.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Mar 27
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How to Start a Career in Program Evaluation

Looking to become a program evaluator? Noodle has details how how you can make that happen.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Mar 23
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The Pathway to Becoming a Revenue Management Analyst

Interested in becoming a revenue management analyst? Want to find out if this is the right career for you? This is a job that is in high demand but requires a certain skill set and type of person who can meet all the daily demands.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Mar 22
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Exploring a Career in Marketing Analytics?

Fascinated with all aspects of marketing analytics? Do you enjoy working with numbers and data? Allow Noodle to point out the great opportunities that await you.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Mar 20
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How Do I Become a Business Intelligence Analyst?

As the volume of big data collected by businesses around the country continues to grow, so does the demand for Business Intelligence Analysts.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Feb 27
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Big Data, Big Choices. Is a Degree in Business Analytics Right for You?

Looking to pursure a Business Analytics degree? Noodle provides the information necessary to achieve your goals.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Feb 21
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How Can I Become a Risk Management Analyst?

There are many professional reasons for pursuing a position as a Risk Management Analyst. You may want to think about whether you possess the right skills for this position, and the right interpersonal characteristics. A Risk Management Analyst position can be highly demanding.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Feb 14
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Business Analytics vs Data Science: What is the Best Career Path for You?

Deciding to pursue a career in Business Analytics or Data Science? Whats the difference? Let Noodle guide you in learning the details that will help you make the right decision!

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Feb 14
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Understanding the Difference Between an MBA and an MSBA

Deciding to continue your education and can't decide between the MBA or the MSBA? Let Noodle guide you in making the right decision for you!

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Feb 14
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What Does it Take to Become a Management Analyst?

There are many professional and personal reasons for pursuing a position as a Management Analyst. You may want to think about whether you possess the right skills for this position, and the right interpersonal characteristics.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Feb 14
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Navigating the Market Research Analyst Career Path?

There are many professional and personal reasons for pursuing a position as a Market Research Analyst. You may want to think about whether you possess the right skills for this position, and the right interpersonal characteristics.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Feb 13
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The Most Innovative MBA Leadership Development Programs

To be successful in the business world, MBA candidates will have to understand how to take charge. These MBA programs cultivate strong leaders.

Jessica
Jessica Burlingame
Dec 02
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An Insider’s Look at the MBA: An Interview with Business School Admissions Consultant Stacy Blackman

Much has changed in business school over the the past decade. MBA admissions consultant Stacy Blackman shares what’s new, what’s the same, and what’s coming.

Stacy
Stacy Blackman
Oct 08
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Fixed or Variable Rate Student Loan? Make the Smart Choice

If you are getting a student loan, you may have to decide between a fixed rate or a variable rate. Find out what's the difference and how to choose wisely.

Kaitlin
Kaitlin Butler
Aug 07
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One-Year MBA Programs: Faster and Cheaper, but Better?

Getting your MBA in one year will certainly save you time and money, but will it lead to the same outcomes as a two-year program? Read on to find out.

Dan
Dan Bauer
Jul 20
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What's In a Name? How to Choose the Right Business School for You

You want to take the next step in your career with an MBA. What's more important? The name of the b-school or the skills you can learn from any school?

Matthew
Matthew Creegan
May 15
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How Can an MBA Benefit your Career?

What's behind your decision to earn an MBA? Are you looking to differentiate yourself in a competitive job market? Explore your passion for business? Move your career forward? Add new skills to your professional toolbox? Start and run your own company?

Brian
Brian Precious
May 05
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Should You Get an MBA or MS in Business School?

When people consider graduate business programs, many assume that the MBA is the only pathway to achieve their professional goals. Learn from a Noodle expert about the factors to consider when choosing between an MBA and a specialized master’s degree in business.

Dan
Dan Bauer
Mar 25
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The Journey of the Business School Applicant: Best Practices to Recruit MBA Candidates

How can business schools attract the best applicant pool in an increasingly varied and changing landscape? Consider the strengths of search engine marketing as a complement to your recruiting strategies.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Mar 20
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GMAT or GRE for Business School? Does It Matter Which One You Take?

The GMAT has long been known as the go-to admissions test for business school. Learn if the GRE may be a better option for you.

Matthew
Matthew Creegan
Feb 23
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Expert Tips for Getting Your Executive MBA

If you’re considering an Executive MBA, you are probably already busy with a variety of commitments. Learn key time and money hacks for fitting an EMBA into your life — and making the most out of your experience.

Dan
Dan Edmonds
Feb 12
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Green MBAs: Business Schools with a Focus on Sustainability

If you are interested in business and sustainable development, there are many graduate programs that combine both fields. Read on to learn about environmental studies and the MBA.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Feb 06
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10 Questions That May Stump You in Your B-School Interview (And How to Answer Them)

Your business school interview is a chance to bring your on-paper persona to life. Here are 10 questions every MBA candidate should be prepared to answer.

Dan
Dan Bauer
Dec 14
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What’s Different Between MBA and Undergraduate Experiences?

Ideally, your undergraduate experience was a positive one: four years of growth, development, learning, and enjoyment that resulted in valued friendships, fond memories — and a good job. Today, as you consider whether to attend an MBA program, it's helpful to compare and contrast your college years with what you can expect at business school. Here are a few key differences:

Dan
Dan Bauer
Dec 09
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How to Network Effectively When Applying to Business School

When you apply to business school, you can gain a better sense of what to expect from the school if you talk to current students or alumni. Read on for expert advice on what to keep in mind when networking.

Stacy
Stacy Blackman
Nov 21
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Going to Business School with a Family (Part Three: Considerations)

Can you balance business school with your family commitments? In part three of this series, read on to see what to take into consideration as you go back to school.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Nov 18
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Going to Business School with a Family (Part Two: Opportunities)

How do you balance business school with your family commitments? In part two of this series, read on to see what opportunities your family might have when you go back to school.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Nov 17
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Going to Business School with a Family (Part One: Overview)

Can you balance business school with your family commitments? Read on to see what factors you should take into consideration when going back to school.

Nedda
Nedda Gilbert
Nov 14
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8 Tricks to Writing the Perfect Business School Essay

Writing the personal essays for your MBA applications can be a relaxed and enjoyable opportunity for self-discovery, especially if you keep in mind some simple and helpful pointers.

Brendan
Brendan Mernin
Jul 30
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Don't Worry, Rejection Is Not the End of Your B School Dream

Here are the 6 key questions to ask so you can achieve admissions success next time.

Dan
Dan Bauer
Jul 28
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How Do You Decide Whether a Business School Is the Right Fit?

You know you're the right fit for business school, but how do you know if a school is the right fit for you? Here are the 5 questions you need to ask to find out.

Dan
Dan Bauer
Jul 28
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10 MBA Programs for Budding Entrepreneurs

*More and more business schools are embracing the growing interest in entrepreneurship, turning the conventional B-school model (get degree, get high-paying job, pay off loans, then start new company) on it's head.*

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Apr 16
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Evaluating — and Improving — Your Work Experience Before Applying to Business School: PART 2

Dan Bauer from the MBA Exchange advises you on how to improve your work experience before applying to business school.

Dan
Dan Bauer
Oct 12
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Evaluating — and Improving — Your Work Experience Before Applying to Business School: PART 1

Dan Bauer from the MBA Exchange advises you on how to evaluate your work experience before applying to business school.

Dan
Dan Bauer
Oct 10
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What to Expect as a Woman in Business School

Given that the majority of students in MBA programs are male, women who pursue business degrees may encounter challenges they have never faced before. Still, the rewards often outweigh the difficulties. This article outlines a few of the key benefits of an MBA education.

Jessica
Jessica Burlingame
May 12
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How to Choose Your Specialization for Business School

As you apply to business school, you should think about what you might want to specialize in. Here's how to start the process.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Mar 20
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The Kooky Questions Harvard Business School Asks in Applicant Interviews

When it comes to your interview, get ready for some curve balls.

Noodle
Noodle Editorial Staff
Nov 01