ROI doesn’t have to be a purely financial ratio, nor is there a single ROI to consider. In addition to salary, you should consider returns like the availability of networking, internship, and career opportunities. You should also think about the cultural and personal benefits: Will an MBA fulfill an unmet intellectual need for you? Will the degree help inspire your self-confidence?
When deciding which delivery to choose, it’s important to consider job status, delivery structure and lifestyle. As Messenger explains it, “our greatest priority when advising a candidate on the best delivery option is in making sure it aligns with their goals and needs.”
We look at admissions as the art of determining a candidate’s readiness to succeed and be transformed by our programs. We have learned through experience time and again that numbers are not the whole story. We know that if we had not allowed candidates to tell us their story in their application, we may have missed out on some of our best community members.
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Whether you are planning to apply for Fall 2016 or a future admissions cycle, we want to make sure that you have all the important details in front of you to gather your admissions materials, complete the online application, and set yourself up for success to finance the Portland State MBA. Read >
PSU Recruiting Specialist Abby Messenger discusses some of the indicators the admissions committee looks for in new students. Read >