Students who successfully graduate from their college or university’s MBA program earn this particular advanced college degree. Traditionally a student will have already received a Bachelors degree in some area of study, before working towards a MBA, just like other advanced degrees. Multiple aspects of business, including finance and management skills are typical MBA program subjects. Also known as Masters in Business Administration or Master of Business Administration.

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