Marine Corps Times - Chuck Markos originally wanted an MBA to improve the quality of his small business, but he didn’t know it would change the path he was on.
After retiring from the Army in 2011 as a lieutenant colonel, Markos became the owner of a CrossFit gym in Arizona. He wanted to take advantage of the Post-9/11 GI Bill, so he enrolled at Arizona State University and dabbled in a few earth and space exploration classes.
Leaders from multiple business schools agreed that getting an MBA allows service members and veterans to translate the skills they already have into the business world.
The Texas Tech University Jerry S. Rawls College of Business ranks in the top 25 best bets for vets in 2016.
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