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Ultimately, very few people pursue an MBA to stand firm in the field, company, or role in which they currently serve. By giving you a broad overview of primary business functions, a deeper level of understanding than a bachelor's degree in business, and the chance to focus your skills in one or more areas of business, an MBA helps you create new pathways for yourself that can help shape your entire career.

MBA programs all offer a chance to learn more, specialize in a field of interest, and look great on your resume. But in much the same way that full-time, part-time, and online programs all cater to professionals based on where they are in their careers and lives, EMBA programs offer a distinct experience for a very specific audience.

An MBA gives you instant credibility within your organization and on your resume. It indicates that you have expertise and a broad working knowledge of many business functions, giving you a leg up on other candidates who lack that level of experience. There are three primary ways to earn your MBA — in a full-time on-campus program, online, or part-time.

Christon Valdivieso looks back on his time in the W. P. Carey Master of Science in Global Logistics (MS-GL) program with great fondness and pride. Although he already had several years of experience in the workforce, he had changed careers and decided he needed to develop the skills he needed to succeed.