Come Early, Excel Sooner.
Career management begins during the Summer Experience with courses designed to help you outline short-term and long-term goals, start building your network, and practice for employer interviews. In addition, there are workshops that are tailored toward individual career development, alumni panels, and mock interviews. You'll graduate with a clear plan for how you're going to advance your career, as well as the tools and the network to do it.
- Through the "Summer Company Networking Night", One-Years get first access to recruiters.
- On top of our powerful corporate and alumni network, One-Years have the full attention of the Goizueta Business Librarians as well as the Career Management Center Staff during their summer.
- With 8 class sessions, Professional Development prepares One-Year MBAs for their short-term career search process and life-long career management.
Students with offers 3 months postgraduation
One-Year MBA average starting base & bonus salary
Career Strategy for One-Year MBA Students
Partners from the Start
At Goizueta, your career is always a top priority. Before you arrive on campus, you will share your career goals with the Career Management Center (CMC) and complete a self-assessment to gain valuable insight into your strengths, weaknesses, and interests. This self-discovery, paired with your work experience and career objectives, will allow you to formulate ideal career options to pursue during the program. It is this kind of up-front attention -- before you begin a single class -- that prepares you for career success.Read More
Full-Time Employment by Function
|Full-Time Employment By Function||Percentage of Students|
|Operations / Supply Chain||.03|
|Employment by Function||Percent of Class||Median Base Salary|
|Market Research / Marketing Analytics||5%||*|
|Operations / Supply Chain||3%||*|
Note: Compensation information is self-reported. Ninety-five percent of students reported accepting offers reported salary data. Salary data is not reported for functions with less than three points of data. Numbers may not add to 100% due to rounding.Read More