Earn your Online MBA in Computer Information Systems
We have seen a great influx of people who graduated college during the Internet boom of the 1990s who are now going back to business school to earn MBA degrees. These increasing enrollments are due to a slower economy which lessens the labor demand. Because of this, it is harder to get a job, and an MBA is another way to improve one’s resume and differentiate oneself in the now more competitive job market.
Some people cannot or do not want to leave their current jobs to earn their MBA. These people often have families to support, or don’t want to lose the working relationships they’ve nurtured in current positions. There is a solution for these people to continue to work and earn their MBA. This solution is to enroll in an online MBA program. Many of today’s online MBA programs have quickly earned great reputations for offering rigorous online management courses graduating students who have moved quickly up the corporate ladder. The best of these universities and colleges have earned their higher learning accreditation, which places them alongside their traditional campus-oriented cousins in quality assurance.
MBA courses that emphasize the information technology field are especially useful. Not only are students equipped with the general management and business skills associated with MBA programs, they also learn about the technical architecture that enables companies to run and thrive. Dealing with hardware and software from a number of companies such as Microsoft and Oracle, for example, students will learn how to operate and maintain systems such as databases, enterprise application software, operating systems, and networking systems. In many of these courses, students will be taught the programming language associated with certain applications so they are able to help systems avoid problems and also create programs specific to company needs. Coupled with an MBA, graduates can quickly move up the corporate ladder, landing jobs as high as the chief operating officer, or chief technology officer, for example.
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