The flexibility and affordability of earning a master’s degree in business administration attracted Brandon Hulette to CSU and he is very happy with his choice.
“It was the best option for me at this point,” said Hulette, who is a new student. ”The MBA is applicable to a lot of different areas in career.”
As an employee with the Fleming Training Center in Murfeesboro, Tenn., Hulette enjoys a 10 percent discount on tuition as the center is a learning partner with CSU. He has been with the company for nearly a year.
“I manage people and programs in a wide-range of contexts, and the degree program is giving me tools I can use to improve my management skills in all of them,” he explained.
When not working, the father of two enjoys playing with his daughters and puppy, Maggie. Hulette shared a fun fact: “I had an ancestor on the Lewis and Clark Expedition.”
What advice does he have for those considering CSU? In the words of Mark Twain, “The secret of getting ahead is getting started.”