Do people with humanities degrees make great leaders? Perhaps. Humanities graduates have a broad array of very important and transferable skills.
By Gregory A. Cronce, MBA, MAOM, PMP, CBM
Faculty Member, Business Administration at American Public University
MBA courses teach you how to make better decisions. Yes, of course you will learn new skills because they are new, but upon reflection, you see the goal is to get you thinking differently. Of course, you need an in depth understanding of operations, project management, accounting, finance, and so on, but they are a means to an end. Your journey will involve scores of case study discussions, simulations, and team assignments to develop skills to make decisions.
By April Airhart
Director, Student and Alumni Affairs at APUS
Unlike many traditional graduation ceremonies, APU and AMUâ€™s Commencement provides a variety of events and opportunities for graduates and university community members to come together, network, and celebrate their many accomplishments. This recap will give you a full picture of what transpired over graduation weekend for APUS.
By Drew Hendricks
While a college degree is important, a small slip of paper wonâ€™t completely prepare you for a career in business. In addition to taking key courses and degree programs, itâ€™s critical that you prepare for life after school by taking advantage of the opportunities around you.