MBA@UNC News


The Value of an MBA for Women

It has been an uphill battle for women in the workplace. That said, the outlook for women continues to become better thanks to initiatives such as the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act and business schools that are increasingly becoming platforms for women to grow their careers and thrive in leadership roles in their respective industries.

Making Time To Give Back

Being in an MBA program from a top-ranked school while pursuing a career adds complexity to your life — there is no getting around that. Time management becomes more important than ever, and maintaining balance while you juggle schoolwork, your career and your personal life becomes more challenging.

Student Ambassador Q&A with Louis Chen

To help you get to know our students better, we are starting a new student ambassador Q&A series. In the first of the series, we caught up with Louis Chen (MBA ’14).

Business on the Web: A Road Map to Business Resources in the Digital Age

Not so long ago, we obtained the majority of our business and industry news from a small group of major print publications: Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, Fortune and The Economist, to name a few. Now, the business world is flooded with content from hundreds of sources that we consume in countless ways. 

Student Voices: The Carolina Way

Legendary UNC-Chapel Hill basketball coach Dean Smith first coined the words “The Carolina Way” to reflect the spirit of the university. The Carolina Way means something slightly different to every Carolina student and alum, but underpinning every definition is a belief in excellence. This excellence drew me to Carolina as both an undergrad and graduate student, and it’s what attracts so many students from around the world.

Student Voices: How I Landed My Dream Job through MBA@UNC

I decided to pursue an MBA because my responsibilities and oversight in the IT project management arena escalated, as did the necessity for integrating other functions across the business. I sought the managerial competence to ensure our technology priorities met the far-reaching needs of the organization as a whole. While I felt highly confident within the confines of my IT world, I lacked the business knowledge to advocate effectively at a broader, visionary level.