The return on your MBA investment is more than raises or promotions. It's also the knowledge and professional network that gives you — and your company — a competitive edge.
The investment that pays immediate dividends
Earning an MBA is a big investment-in time and money. So what's the potential ROI? A UNC MBA can open the door for a promotion, career shift, or a new business. From day one, you'll gain skills, knowledge, confidence and a powerful network of friends and business connections-without putting your career on hold.
Highly respected MBA degree
You will earn the same degree as UNC’s Full-time MBA students. Bloomberg Businessweek, The Wall Street Journal, U.S. News and World Report and other prestigious publications rank UNC’s Executive MBA Programs among the best in the world.
Personal and professional growth
You will sharpen your analytical skills while gaining strategic insight and relationship skills needed to lead great organizations. With increased knowledge and experience come greater confidence in your abilities to understand diverse viewpoints, spearhead global initiatives and take on tough challenges.
Direct application to business challenges
Expanded business acumen and leadership abilities will serve you well throughout your career – and provide a competitive advantage to you and your employer. The relevant, rigorous curriculum brings actionable learning straight to the workplace. Participants often bring work challenges to the classroom to gain insight from faculty and peers.
Deeper leadership skills
Through courses, workshops and team projects, you’ll benefit from a full-circle process of learning, practice, feedback and reflection designed to shape leaders who can initiate change and drive business strategy.
UNC attracts smart, successful professionals who excel in a collaborative, team-based environment. These are people you will want on your team – now and in the future. Your UNC connections will provide your organization with valuable new resources, including possible clients, investors and suppliers. Our alums tell us former classmates remain close friends and colleagues for years to come.