UNOH Receives Best MBA for Vets Designation
14 March, 2013
If you can lead troops into battle, can you also lead a Fortune 500 company to a better third-quarter earnings report?
Many businesses covet veterans and the work ethic, leadership skills and maturity they typically bring. But corporate America has its own culture, even its own language, which could be foreign to vets.
A Master of Business Administration might help bridge the gap.
“Those folks come with leadership experiences in the military. Then we are taking them and further refining them and giving them this language of business,” said Kelli Kilpatrick, director of the MBA program at Texas A&M University.
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