So I did it.
I finished a Masters of Business Administration (MBA)* programme.
To clarify, I finished *An Entire Masters of Business Administration (MBA) In One Course!
Why does it matter?
Well, the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program has traditionally been recognised as a master’s degree program that concentrates on refining general management competencies with an emphasis on business skills, such as accounting or employee relations.
In short, the MBA is seen as a step-up from your average bachelor’s degree.
MBA candidates are generally a motley crew of the following: employees earmarked for leadership, working professionals who wish to gain clarity and growth on career goals and fresh graduates who seek to establish themselves (before heading on to secure a PhD) or venturing into the workplace.
Historically, to complete a prestigious MBA, one would have to spend tremendous amounts of money, energy and time to file …