Happy Mother’s Day! Today, as we celebrate the special women and mothers in our lives, here are few reflections from some of Johnson’s MBA mamas.
I speak to many prospective applicants with families who question if an MBA is a right fit for them. Here’s why an MBA is absolutely the right option and why Johnson is the perfect place for parents.
Nick and Katie Meyer share how their experience as a married couple in the Executive MBA Metro NY program has helped them grow both personally and professionally.
Americas graduate Diana Bricknell, MBA ’16, is steadfast in her commitment to bringing more women in STEM into the fold and ushering in change that has been long overdue.
After my first semester, I’m now actively defining and finding what balance means to me. With that lesson in mind and the progress made thus far in tow, I established new goals for the spring semester.
Several key factors led me to Johnson’s Executive MBA program: rigorous academics, team-based learning, international diversity and resources, and an emphasis on balancing priorities.
There are a lot of misconceptions out there about what earning a Cornell executive MBA is like. Here are a few myths I encountered that got busted along the way.
Motherhood and working full time is onerous. Motherhood, working full time, and pursuing an MBA at once is insanity…or so I thought.
Is Johnson’s Executive MBA Metro NY program right for you? Ask yourself these questions to see whether this program fits with your life and career goals.