Duke, Emory and Florida Universities Join Military MBA Network

March 31, 2004

Duke University The Fuqua School of Business; Goizueta Business School at Emory University; and University of Florida Warrington College of Business recently joined the expanding establishment of MBA schools. See http://www.militarymba.net/index.html for a complete list of Military MBA’s 20 member universities.

Military MBA now provides military officers central-site access to 180 MBA degree programs that are delivered on campus or online, as well as networking and career resources for education enhancement.

“The addition of Fuqua, Goizueta and Warrington fortifies our position as the preferred destination and trusted resource for military officers who want to receive a quality MBA education for career advancement,” notes Greg Eisenbarth, Military MBA’s Executive Director. “We’ve taken a giant step toward establishing the upper tier in the MBA market.”

Military MBA qualifies universities using AACSB accreditation. Many participants are listed among the top MBA schools in worldwide rankings of U.S. News & World Report, The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, and The Financial Times. Some members have been recognized as top institutions for faculty leadership research, and have helped pioneer the MBA program itself in the US and Europe.

In related news, Military MBA recently launched its “base membership program” in 300 military installations worldwide. The program was specifically designed to promote compliance with officer development initiatives and provide an outside evaluation as recommended by Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC).

About Military MBA
Military MBA was founded by leading universities to help military officers secure quality MBA degrees, and relevant career and networking resources from trusted institutions of higher education. For more information, call 435.649.2190 or visit www.militarymba.net