Master of Business Administration

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Master of Business Administration

A graduate degree that represents advanced study of business. An MBA shows that the recipient has completed theoretical, and perhaps also practical, coursework in how to manage a company, construct a business model, and generally run a business. A person holding an MBA ordinarily commands a much higher starting salary than one who does not, at least in finance, consulting, and a few other sectors.
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Kedrick Malone, Permanent Secretary, Premiers Office holds a Masters Degree in Business Administration from Bernard M.
Gilbert started his real estate career with LaSalle Partners (now Jones Lang Lasalle) in 1994, after he earned a masters degree in business administration from Harvard Graduate School of Business.
Tom earned a bachelors degree from Northwestern University, a masters degree from Stanford University, and a masters degree in business administration with distinction from Kellogg Graduate School of Management.

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