Franchrista (Michelle) Rollie
October 28, 2010
If you never stop learning, life will always be interesting and filled with new opportunities. My mission to continually stretch myself has led me to return to school again at an age most people are thinking more about their children’s college loans rather than their own.
My main goals behind receiving an MBA at this point in my life are dual. First, I would like to further my business education, and to pursue other areas of finance. I have come to this conclusion after many years of introspection and realizations about where my career is, and where I would like to be. With getting my MBA, my hope is to join a prominent finance organization with the ultimate goal of owning my own business someday. So, to satisfy my desire for success, I must continue my education. I started my MBA with Grand Canyon University but after hearing that my alma mater had starting their on MBA program, my choice was to start and finish at Concordia. I am very excited about entering the MBA program that will allow me to focus my interest in finance as well which will provide me with the career possibilities and exposure to resources, such as networks and learning tools, which I don’t currently have. At Concordia, I know that my investment of time, energy, and money will be rewarded. At this point in my life, I believe I have great potential to gain much from an MBA degree since I have been exposed to the business environment of the past 20 years. I now possess a strong foundation to build upon, and I am ready to assume the rigors and challenges of the Concordia School’s MBA program.
I received my undergraduate degree in Business Administration at Concordia University in 2007. My courses in business were the ones I always looked forward to, which were the most challenging and rewarding of all my undergraduate course work. While the opportunity to work with MBA students create the spark that leads to deep...
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