MBA programs to get you back in the game

Today’s NY Times includes an article on MBA programs to help individuals, mostly women, return to the workforce. “M.B.A. Programs Pay Off for Women Seeking a Return to Wall Street” discusses the popularity of executive MBA programs targeted at “women who are trying to return to the work force, many of whom left for family obligations.”

Tuck has a new program with a “curriculum that combined academics and career opportunities” that had 41 students in its first year. Some graduates headed to firms such as Goldman and Merrill, others went to non-profits, and some even became entreprenuers.

Tuck is not the only business school with this type of executive program,” according to the article. “Harvard Business School, for example, has had a program for its alumni for five years. Wharton started its first program in March.”

Read the entire article here.

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