MBA PROGRAM 1
Reasonsfor Undertaking MBA in Florida National University
I loved businessissues since my tender age. Whenever I came across a newspaper athome or school, I only perused pages the discussed business matters.In addition, I grew up in a poverty-stricken area, where businessescould barely exist for more than one year. I harbored passionatedreams to attain the highest level of knowledge on business. MBAFinance concentration has been my center of interest in the currentyears, as it will equip me with skills in corporate finance,investment analysis, markets and institutional implications ofdecisions made. Furthermore, due to impressive record over the pastyears, Florida National University will equip me with essentialskills regarding business applied techniques and risk management.
Large corporationsare few due to complex financial challenges involved (Useem, 2014).My interests have been to witness businesses prosper, improve ourcountry’s economy and create more employment opportunities. Due tomy unquenchable desire for finance, earlier on I undertook variouscourses and passed with exemplary grades. Courses already completedconsist of government and institutional accounting, business law,international banking and finance, supervisory skills, corporationtaxation and operations management. I have a vast knowledge inbusiness, in which after MBA finance concentration I will be able tooperate successfully in large organizations. According to my previousresearch, I came to understand that large organizations demandcompetent individuals who can dissect and analyze problemssuccessfully.
With highlyreputable professors and lecturers in U.S, Florida NationalUniversity will enrich me with knowledge in concentration finance andprepare me for higher tasks in the business world. I am hardworking,determined and creative personality waiting anxiously to start my MBAin Finance Concentration in one of my beloved Universities.
Useem, M.(2014). Theinner circle: Large corporations and the rise of business politicalactivity in the US and the UK.Oxford University Press.