Acquiring an MBA is often synonymous with climbing the corporate ladder, the former usually preceding the latter. Correspondence MBA programs however are changing the dynamics of the modern office and encouraging working professionals to pursue the degree of their choice without compromising with the job they are involved in.
The new age professional
A correspondence program has encouraged working professionals to aspire to a higher level of education without having to give up on a steady pay-cheque or the job of their choice. The flexibility of the course structure, fitment against the work hours and economic pricing allows professionals to evolve their skill sets while still being hands-on at the work front. Their competence and professionalism can be seen improving steadily during the progression of their course.
Beneficial to Companies
Most companies have programs that provide their employees an opportunity to pursue a specialization or a higher degree with the promise of retaining them after the completion of the course. This allows companies to maintain loyal and hardworking employees for the long run. The correspondence MBA programs allow employees to continue working with the firm while completing their MBA in a cost effective and efficient manner.
Wide range of opportunities
The last decade has seen the emergence of distance education programs with a greater number of MBA courses available to working professionals than ever before. The access to quality institutes from across the world, evolving MBA courses and the growing thirst for improvement by professionals has changed the dynamics of the job market making it more competitive and equally rewarding.
The SMU-DE MBA programs will equip candidates with core managerial skills and practical knowledge of management operations through real-time market scenarios and case studies so that students know to tackle management issues in a competitive business environment.