Sixty-one year old Jennifer Meyer chose to earn her MBA in Healthcare with WGU Indiana because it is a personal goal of hers to obtain a graduate degree. Jennifer enrolled in November 2013 and expects to graduate in early 2016.
According to author, Judy Robinett, How to be a Power Connector, the average attention span is 8 seconds, down from 12 seconds in 2010. Clearly, the increase of technology, constant access, social/immediate media, all distract our focus.
WGU Indiana 2015 grad Sylvia Offiong is ready for the future, and has big plans to help the people in her home country of Nigeria. Sylvia studied for her MBA in Healthcare Management while working as an RN at the Columbus, Indiana Behavioral Center. She says she enrolled at WGU Indiana with a goal to establish and operate a healthcare facility in Nigeria.
Our 2,015th graduate, David Benson, is a prime example of how our model fits for busy, working adults. David earned his MBA in IT Management in order to advance his career at the corporate level of Steak 'n Shake Enterprises Inc. Learn more about David's WGU Indiana story...
Elvie Frey had no idea when he agreed to switch shifts with a coworker that it would lead him to his next degree – and a Quality Counts scholarship to help him achieve it!
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