By Adam Gropman
The traditional Master of Business Administration degree used to guarantee the right preparation for a successful career. But times have changed, and so have some MBA programs as they seek to ready young executives for a world that differs markedly, even from the one of just a decade ago.
New developments in technology, as well as wider social and economic trends, require fresh skills and, consequently, new curriculum.
Utica College’s MBA program prepares the world’s next generation of managers to address the rapidly changing business environment and develop the skills that are essential for professional success.