Everyone has the same goal —to get the best experience from their MBA.
If you desire to earn an MBA, then you’ll do it, so it’s not about earning the MBA. In other words, simply completing an MBA doesn’t guarantee your professional goals. It’s about HOW you earn the MBA that determines the extent you’ll reach your goals.
Confidence and performance in the classroom build your reputation as the best. Your reputation in the classroom provides you the networking and social capital for success across the MBA program. Classmates, professors, and employers gravitate to those individuals who they think are smart, rise to the challenge, and take their MBA seriously. It all starts with YOUR knowledge.
We help those who want to be prepared to be smart.
We help those who are looking to switch careers and need to front-load their knowledge of the classroom to spend more time networking and exploring careers.
We help those who want to use their tuition dollars wisely to leapfrog into advanced and elective classes that really push them academically.
The MBA iQ helped me figure out a self-paced and asynchronous learning environment. It was a dry-run to balance work, school, and family.
"The MBA iQ helped me figure out a self-paced and asynchronous learning environment. It was a dry-run to balance work, school, and family."
Marathon vs. Decathlon:
- Your undergraduate experience and pre-MBA career resemble a marathon – one sport event where success is based on endurance and performance.
- Your MBA and post-MBA career resemble a decathlon – multi-sport event where success is based on cross-functional adaptability and growth.
- You don’t compete in a decathlon without conditioning. Without training. Without practicing.
- By preparing beforehand, you are ready to shine in the classroom and perform like an athlete. Cross train with the MBA iQ.