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Over the past few decades, obtaining a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) has become a desirable way for students to launch a successful corporate career or push their current career in a different–and higher–direction.
Paul Homsher, currently stationed in Texas, serves as a Captain in the United States air force. He heard about the Auburn Online MBA Program through a fellow Captain that joined him in pilot training. Auburn is honored to work with the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces. Paul is a great example of someone who is juggling life, a career and higher education. During his 6 week summer semester, he took one exam in Kuwait, another in Qatar, and the last in the U.S. We’ll let him tell you more about his Auburn Online MBA experience.
Not a stone’s throw from Auburn’s business building—literally—is Auburn’s Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, the state’s most prestigious engineering college. Many students choose an Auburn MBA because of the dual MBA / Master of Industrial and Systems Engineering option. The dual degree was the best of both worlds for Mark Stevenson, recent graduate from the program. But enough from us—we’ll let Mark tell you why a dual MBA/MISE was right for him.