Pursuing an MBA Degree? There are Apps for That.

business apps for mba degree students
Friday, December 14, 2012

Smartphones and tablets have become staples in our modern world, giving access to emails while we are on the road, providing navigation to meeting locations in unfamiliar cities, and keeping us updated on flight statuses. It seems that there is an app for just about everything, business-related and otherwise. But, what about apps to help prepare MBA students? Here are some great applications for MBA students in the modern world.

In this article, MBA Success with Business Education Apps, there are several MBA apps for Apple device users:

  • iTunes U app: Deliver and/or listen to course lectures
  • MBA for Start-ups: Learn key principles of business management
  • Pocket MBA: Get a firm grasp on market influences and economic conditions that affect any business
  • My MBA – Finance: Covers capital budgeting, corporate finance, capital structure, corporate lending, liquidity analysis, venture capital, foreign exchange, monetary economics, international finance, micro finance, and more.

On an Android device? Here are a couple of apps for you:

  • MBA Skool: Study, learn, and share management articles, concepts, etc.
  • MBA Business Learning Course: Train and test yourself in all aspects of business management, finance, general management, marketing, and finance.

Finally, Wagmob provides a range of business apps across multiple platforms.

There are also a number of web-based collaboration and management tools that are very helpful in terms of connecting members of remote teams and sharing documents. A few of our favorites are:

At Midland, our MBA degree program utilizes cutting-edge technology to help students and faculty collaborate. Our learning management system,
Canvas, is a modern, cloud-based platform that integrates with Google Docs, incorporates rich multimedia, and interfaces with mobile devices. Our MBA students have access to the tools that the modern work environment demands in a flexible, hybrid program. Find out more.

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