Tennessee State University. I was so excited to be the first person from my mother’s side of the family, and the fourth from my father’s side to be attending college; I felt invincible. I decided I wanted the full college experience by leaving home and going to school in another city, and I was so sure about my decision no one could talk me out it. I chose my school, my major, and my roommate all on my own. I was eighteen and I felt like I knew it all, as most eighteen year olds do. After transferring to the University of Memphis and moving back home, changing my major and being indecisive about what it was I truly wanted to do with my life, I finally settled …show more content…
Not only does working in
Human Resources teach you different work aspects including the clerical things like employment verification or ordering background checks, labor relations, and investigations, but it also is a field that teaches you to deal with all types of people from all walks of life; a skill that is needed for business relationships as well as personal.
I would like to obtain my MBA with a concentration in Human Resources to further my understanding of the field, as well as to have the knowledge to go along with the experience.
Holding a Master’s of Business Administration comes with a level of respect because of the dedication and determination that has to be put in to obtain the degree. When employers see that on your resume, they know that you are serious about what you do because you have invested your time, energy, and money. I feel that I would be an asset to Bethel University’s MBA program because I am ready and willing to put my best foot forward in all aspects to pursue my career goals and make myself, as well as my family proud. I also feel as if with my experience that I am now gaining with my employer I can offer meaningful dialogue with my …show more content…
With my degree I plan to one day become an H.R.
Manager or even an H.R. Business Partner; with a MBA the possibilities are