As you evaluate your qualifications and fit alongside different online MBA programs, we encourage you to consider the views of our alumni, as they share perspectives on the program and the impact it has made upon their career.
Choose among the video offerings below to learn more about preparing for an MBA, the value of an analytics focus or how industry leaders view the skills of today's graduates. These snapshots offer a candid, frontline perspective from alumni who are C-level executives, entrepreneurs and recent graduates making an impact in their organizations.
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Oliver Fetzer, Cerulean Pharma, Inc., President and CEO, MBA ’93 discusses analytics as part of the essential fundamentals of an MBA program. Analytics is an equal part of the fundamental structure that the Tepper School provides within the curriculum.Alumni Perspective: Fundamentals 1
Eric Schwalm, Bain & Company, Vice President & Director, MBA ’87 discusses the distinction of quantitative analysis at the Tepper School of Business. The difference is when Carnegie Mellon says quant, it really means fundamentals. Carnegie Mellon makes sure that its MBAs are grounded in management science which enables alumni to do work that creates true insight and true value.Alumni Perspective: Fundamentals 2
Elizabeth Urish Walton, Deutsche Bank, Associate, MBA ’08, describes how her MBA education at the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University has enabled her to distinguish herself in the financial industry marketplace. She leverages the alumni network, foundation in analytics, communication and experience with doing the hard work to stand out.Alumni Perspective: Making Your Mark in the Workplace
Paul Frank, MBA '00, is a partner in PwC's financial services practice serving property and casualty insurance clients, helping them navigate changes going on in this difficult financial environment. He discusses his career path and how his Carnegie Mellon business school education has prepared him to support his clients as they invest in changing consumer and financial markets. He outlines the attributes of Tepper School MBAs that drive PwC to consistently recruit graduates.Alumni Perspective: MBA Education for Evolving Workplace
A video associated with Tepper Magazine's Spring 2012 issue. The column, called Follow the Leader, features Dina Dublon, MSIA '79 and retired executive vice president and CFO of J.P. Morgan Chase. She discusses the Tepper School, intellectual curiosity, success, leadership and social responsibility in this video.Follow The Leader: Fitting IN, Standing OUT