MBA in Career Management


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Program Description

MBA Career Management plays an essential role in a student’s Isenberg MBA experience. Located in the Isenberg School’s Chase Career Center, the MBA Career Management Office is committed to assisting both full-time and part-time MBA students in identifying their career aspirations and providing resources that can help them achieve their professional goals.

As a prospective MBA student, you are no doubt considering many important factors regarding your choice for a quality graduate business education. At Isenberg School of Management, we know that one of the most significant factors will be the service and support that you will receive from the Chase Career Center. We have taken the necessary steps to ensure that you will have access to a full array of Career Management resources, delivered in a personal and highly professional manner.

We are focused on providing three essential strategic elements to support your individual career management efforts:
1) providing superior career management programming and resources
2) enhancing our outreach efforts to both alumni and corporate recruiters
3) increasing the quantity and quality of career opportunities for all our MBA students

To help ensure your success we offer a unique combination of a for credit Professional Development seminar that is built right into your academic program and the advantage of ongoing one on one career counseling, that is targeted on your individual needs and career objectives.

We want to help you meet your career goals and find the job that is right for you!

Last updated Dec 2017

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Welcome to the Isenberg School of Management. If you are a student considering our programs, you will discover an exciting curriculum that combines business fundamentals with an emphasis on innovation ... Read More

Welcome to the Isenberg School of Management. If you are a student considering our programs, you will discover an exciting curriculum that combines business fundamentals with an emphasis on innovation, interdisciplinary study, and social responsibility. As an Isenberg School student, you will join an extended community with an alumni network of 32,000 business professionals. Our graduates have an increasing impact on business and society; they also serve as exemplary role models and future employers of our students. At the same time, Isenberg School alumni provide us with a crucial financial support that strengthens the national competitiveness of our programs. The Isenberg School will prepare you to lead and manage innovation in an increasingly global economy. You will learn to think more innovatively about manufacturing, business services, and business processes. And you will have the opportunity to experience the global economy firsthand through our own international studies courses, which combine concentrated class work with two-week visits to Italy, China, Denmark, Brazil, and four other destinations. The Isenberg School ranks first among public universities in the Northeast and 58th nationally in the current edition of Business Week’s annual survey, The Best Undergraduate Business Schools. Our increasingly selective undergraduate program—this year’s entering freshmen had high school grade point averages of 3.65 and SAT scores of 1,171—offers majors in accounting, finance, management, marketing, and operations management. In addition, students also major in our two industry niche specialties of sports management and hospitality and tourism management. Our full-time residential MBA program has also earned increasing distinction. In U.S. News and World Report’s current survey, America’s Best Graduate Schools, we placed first among our MBA counterparts at public colleges and universities in the Northeast and 58th nationally. And in the 2007 edition of Princeton Review’s Best Business Schools, our MBA program earned top-ten national rankings in four of eleven strategic categories. In a field of 282 MBA programs, the Isenberg School ranked: 2nd in Best Overall Academic Experience 4th in Best Professors 5th in Greatest Opportunity for Women 10th in Toughest to Get into At the Isenberg School of Management, our commitment to business education also includes preparing business educators themselves: Graduates of our Ph.D. program—the oldest in business at a public school of higher education in New England—hold faculty positions at more than one hundred colleges and universities. Read less
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