Wake Forest is an early adopter of the Master of Arts in Management degree, featured in Financial Times as one of the oldest and largest programs in the US

9.14.2014 Article, General, School News

The Financial Times article, “Masters in management programs now attractive in the US” centers around the Wake Forest University School of Business Master of Arts in Managment program, calling it one of the oldest and largest programs of its kind in the United States.

Begining with the experiences of Seun Akinboboye (MA ’10), the article discusses the reasons students may find an MA program an attractive option for their career preparation.

“So many liberal arts students in their first four years don’t get the direction they need to connect them with what they want to do or are suited to do in the marketplace and this one year gives them that,” Steve Reinemund, executive in residence, says. “It puts them on equal or better footing than those students who come through the [undergraduate] business schools.”

Read the full article on the Financial Times website