An Executive MBA from The University of Alabama’s Culverhouse College of Business can open all kinds of doors for professionals. The Tuscaloosa EMBA program just got their new class, and it’s chock full of all kinds of talent. Keep reading to learn more!
Birmingham Professionals are Chasing Opportunity
We all know our Magic City is bursting with new opportunities every day. It’s ranked in the top 5 best cities for job seekers in the nation, which comes as no surprise to those of us who live and work here.
In a city that’s moving forward this quickly, an EMBA can set professionals apart and help advance their current careers or even launch a new one. Check out these seven Birmingham businesspeople in the 2019 Tuscaloosa EMBA class.
Branch Manager at Wells Fargo
Corporate leadership and enhanced management skills were two of the benefits Angie hopes to gain while earning her EMBA.
Service Manager at Otis Elevator Company
After getting his EMBA, Austin plans to start his own company one day.
Division Head at Mossy Oak Properties
Bobby plans to leverage his EMBA education to build an Agriculture Real Estate Investment Fund.
Pre-Construction Manager at Morris-Shea Bridge Company
By earning his EMBA, Matthew plans to grow his current business as well as prepare himself well for future endeavors.
Senior Account Manager at Altec Industries
With this program, Mitchell hopes to grow his business knowledge and bring more value to his company.
Executive Director of Studio By The Tracks
Suzanne wants to improve her business skills so that she can be more valuable to her nonprofit.
Workers’ Compensation Claims Manager at Encompass Health Corporation
Suzy wants to add more value to her organization and gain business and financial acumen while pursuing her EMBA.
An Executive MBA Allows Professionals to Further their Education—Without Pressing Pause on their Career
Pursing a master’s degree is never an easy thing, and neither is going back to school after you’ve been out in the workforce. Putting your career on hold to further your education can be more of a detriment than an advantage.
Enter the EMBA Program at The University of Alabama. This program is designed specifically for business professionals that are juggling families and ever-growing work schedules. So, pretty much all business professionals.
Meet the 2019 Tuscaloosa EMBA Class
The Tuscaloosa track just accepted their new class of highly successful managers, professionals, and executives. The students range across a broad spectrum of industries and job positions.
From a Manpower Analyst at Missle Defense Agency, to a Professor at Stillman College, to a Vice President at City National Bank—this group is leading in all sorts of fields.
EMBA Candidates Come from All Over
With two location options, one in Tuscaloosa and one in Huntsville, the EMBA program attracts professionals from all over the state—and outside of it.
Looking to learn more about the EMBA program? Check them out on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to keep up with this dynamic group of professionals!