Considering your
business school options?

Rate your priorities to see which graduate business degree might be best for you. Take the GRE General Test for any of them!

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It is important for me to gain a wide breadth of business knowledge.

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I have work experience that will help inform my business education.

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Career flexibility is an essential (I would even be interested in exploring job functions and industries).

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I would like to earn an advanced degree quickly (ideally a year of grad school, max).

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I often dream of starting my own business.

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I have a favorite business field that I would like to become a specialist/expert in.

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Based on your career motivations
A Specialized Master’s Degree in Business could be the best option for you.
You seem focused and eager to advance in your chosen role. That’s great news. From accounting to supply chain management, data analytics and more—business schools are offering a growing number of master’s programs with a more specialized focus, which could be perfect for your goals.

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QUIZ Find your b-school destiny
Based on your career motivations
An MBA could be the best option for you.
Whether your goal is to advance into the
C-suite or to start your own business, a Master of Business Administration (MBA) is looking like your ticket to career success. The MBA track provides a wider breadth of business education than other graduate business degrees, giving you the skills to move into the leadership role you desire.

Here are your RESULTS:

QUIZ Find your b-school destiny
Based on your career motivations
You have options to consider.
An MBA or a Specialized Master’s Degree in business? Which is right for you depends on your career goals, experience, finances and more. It appears you could go either way, and this is a good place to start learning more about both degree tracks.