At Longwood University, our students graduate as citizen leaders, ready to move into postgraduate studies and successful careers.
Having spent my first 20 years in my career in the healthcare business, I often get asked what helped me take my role to a national level working for a Fortune 10 company. The answer is my recent graduation from Longwood’s MBA program.
– Christine Jordan, Longwood University MBA graduateRead Christine's story »
“In addition to professional development, the program helped me improve my skills in real estate investing. This is something I do outside of my day-to-day job, with my brother, where we purchase foreclosed homes, fix them up, and then rent them out.”
– Jon Ford, Longwood University MBA graduateRead Jon's story »
The professors were always very personable, and you had real connections with them. They were all willing to help you out in the real world, serving as a reference for you and helping you career-wise in the search. Numerous professors served as references when I was applying for jobs and scholarships.
– Katelyn Gough, Longwood University MBA graduateRead Katelyn's story »
I definitely wanted to go to Longwood because I got to know the professors. It made it easier to connect with them and their teaching styles. Also, because it’s a small school, the courses are much more interactive. If you are emailing a professor, they will get back to you in two to three hours.
– Sarine Thomas, Longwood University MBA graduateRead Sarine's story »
I wanted to do something to be more marketable with the master’s degree. The MBA seemed interesting. I had no business or finance background, but I have always pushed myself and been willing to step outside my comfort zone.
– Michael Cohen, Longwood University MBA studentRead Michael's story »
I wanted to further my career and do something in the industry I am in now. Plus, it was all online, which is perfect for me. The flexibility is great.
– Patricia Mayes, Longwood University MBA graduateRead Patricia's story »