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Bill Starner, director of the Professional MBA program and a management professor at Bentley University, has seen it happen time and time again: large, multinational employers supporting promising employees in their decision to attend a part-time MBA program, in hopes of seeing them move up the ranks when they’re done.
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By Meredith Mason
Bias influences our every decision.
Hiring a new employee, deciding who to sit next to in class, even choosing a meal at a restaurant: All actions are influenced by our past experiences and personal preferences.
Only a few months after enrolling in Bentley University’s Part-Time MBA program, Tony Murphy accepted a job as vice president of Information Technology (IT) at a Massachusetts-based technology company.
Technology and Analytics
Erik Ojakaar (MSHFID ’03) approached a project with the user experience (UX) in mind as an employee at L.L. Bean before he ever decided to pursue a degree in the subject.
Find out how Bentley’s Master’s in Information Technology program is uniquely suited to give graduates a competitive edge.
Mae Keefe (MSIT ’18) had no plans to pursue a career in IT when she completed her BA in Philosophy in 2011.
Instead, she found a job in customer service, working at a small software company. Though she answered questions about technology daily, she never directly interacted with the software’s code.
When Sanjay Patil (ELMBA, MSMA and Grad Certificate in BA ‘17) arrived at Bentley University in 2015, he wasn’t here for just any graduate degree.
He came to Bentley to pursue his second and third graduate degrees along with a grad certification.
Accounting & Financial Management
A professor in both Accountancy and Information and Process Management, Jane Fedorowicz holds a PhD from Carnegie Mellon University. She enjoys researching real world problems with an interdisciplinary perspective, like her work on public safety networks and police use of social media.
Assistant Professor of Finance Chenguang Shang specializes in teaching corporate finance, and informs his teaching with research in that field as well as in corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, and innovation. He enjoys helping Bentley students apply textbook knowledge to real corporate sector problems.
When it comes to choosing a school for your master’s in finance, a number of factors should play into your decision — reputation, cost, location, admission requirements, and more.