MBA alum Jenifer Wills was offered a position as human resources generalist at Camp Fire Columbia in March 2014, just as she was finishing her program in nonprofit management.
Students who want the broadest possible exposure to business administration often choose the general management concentration in the Marylhurst MBA program. It's a good choice for students seeking positions in executive leadership, global business, human resources, finance or marketing. It's also an appropriate concentration if you're considering a career transition or self-employment.
With this concentration, you can choose from the entire portfolio of elective courses to fill out your degree requirements, choosing those classes that truly match your varied areas of interest.
The general management concentration is the default concentration for students who don't select another area of focus.