As a corporate officer, Bruce Hughes knew business never stopped evolving. So he went back for an MBA that helped him do the same.Read Bruce’s Story
Bruce began in accounting, but after more than 12 years at BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina, he’d moved on from the financial division to become one of the company’s leaders.
As a corporate officer, Bruce’s workload was more strategic, yet the position came with intense demands and risks. He believed an MBA could strengthen his business skills and present new concepts he hadn’t been exposed to as an undergrad.
The structure of the program really suited me. Each course met one night a week, and I could attend remotely or in a classroom.”
At the Moore School, he found a program that fit the life of a married, working executive who often found himself on the road unexpectedly. The flexibility kept Bruce on track and he graduated without skipping a professional or personal beat. Today, Bruce is president of a vast, seven-company organization that includes the same company where his accounting career began.
Earning an MBA provided me with a strong business foundation that is essential in the business world.”
There’s no one path to business school. While a traditional timeline might be an undergraduate in business or engineering, then working for 3-5 years before pursuing an MBA, there are myriad inroads.Read Story