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Frequently Asked Questions: The Midland MBA

Frequently-Asked Questions: The Midland MBA

Over the past few months, several of our blog posts have answered frequently-asked questions that potential applicants have had about the Midland MBA program.

To help guide potential applicants, we've created an index of all of the FAQ posts that we've written since we started publishing here on our blog. You can find each question, a brief summary, and a link to the full post below:

Prerequisites for the Midland MBA

Starting your MBA application can often feel like a long list of prerequisites and papers to submit. Here at Midland, we’ve streamlined our application process and structured a program that doesn’t rely on prerequisite courses or standardized exams. Unlike most other programs, the Midland MBA does not require a business degree or any prerequisite classes for admission to the program—something we’re asked about quite frequently. 

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Faculty Profile: Bill Bennett

Update: Since the publication of this interview, Bill has been promoted to Director of Pricing Strategy.

Update 2: Since publication, Bill has been promoted to Senior Director of Pricing Strategy.

Over the coming weeks, we’re going to interview several students and professors involved here in the Midland MBA program. You can find our interview with Bill Bennett, a professor here at Midland, below.

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Student Profile: Aaron Luneke

Update: Since publication, Aaron has accepted a position as CFO & VP of Finance at Foundation One Bank.

Over the coming weeks, we’re going to interview several students and professors involved here in the Midland MBA program. You can find our interview with Aaron Luneke, a student here at Midland, below.

Hi, Aaron. To start, tell us a little bit about yourself—what’s your professional experience thus far, and where are you currently employed?

millennials working hard or hardly working

Millennials: Working Hard, or Hardly Working?

Younger employees are lazy, lack a strong work ethic, and aren’t willing enough to put in time at the bottom of the organization. That’s at least what a recent study commissioned by Bentley University and conducted by KRC research says.

The Art of Business Communication

The Art of Business Communication

Never forget you’re there to “sell trees,” because that’s what the interviewer wants to buy.

The Softer Side of Business

The Softer Side of Business

The business world is tough. It’s fiercely competitive, it’s stoically unforgiving, and it’s relentlessly fast-paced. It might not be a stretch to describe the iconoclastic successful business professional as a “hard-nosed” executive who always gets their way.

Practice + Exceptional Faculty = MBA Success

Practice + Exceptional Faculty = MBA Success

According to Dileep Rao, Forbes contributor, business schools need to start having conversations about “the right balance between theory and practice in business schools,” and there needs to be a push to “bring more reality into business schools.”

From C-Level to Startup, an MBA is a Valuable Investment

From C-Level to Startup, an MBA is a Valuable Investment

If you’re looking to climb the corporate ladder and work your way up to the executive level, “an MBA should be considered your best bet. 

For Better Entrepreneurial Success, Seek Out a Hybrid MBA

Recently, Bloomberg Businessweek contributor Patricia Clark wrote an article about the success of entrepreneur Rooda AlNeama, who is completing an all-online MBA program at the University of Liverpool in the UK.

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