Masters in management degrees target older managers – FT.com

Mark Allen admits he never had much use for an MBA. “I didn’t think they were necessary,” he says. Besides, being in his mid-40s, “there was no way I was going to go back and do a two-year course with people in their 20s”. But a couple of years ago,

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My Master of Arts in Management from Antioch University Midwest was an outstanding and valuable experience. It laid the groundwork for entrepreneurship and leadership in general. Well worth the cost and time commitment.