When It Comes to Learning, Flexibility is Key

For April Hudson, associate dean of advising at Strayer University, one master’s degree wasn’t enough.

So she’s back for more.

Now, Hudson is pursuing an MBA degree in health administration. To help her succeed, she’s counting on Strayer University and its dedication to flexibility.

A Flexible Learner

What Hudson enjoys most about getting her MBA degree through Strayer University is what so many other Strayer students like her enjoy: flexibility.

“Strayer University is very flexible,” she says. “I can either take my classes online or, if a class is offered on campus, I can take it there. I really appreciate that.”

Always the flexible learner, Hudson can often be found studying in town when the weather’s nice. And with courses available online 24/7, her laptop is her constant companion.

For some people, it’s hard to articulate the drive to go back to school. For Hudson, however, the reason is simple.

It’s about making her family proud.

“I’m inspired to get my second master’s degree so that my mom and dad and grandmother can see me walk across that stage,” she says.

A Flexible Partner

For 125 years, Strayer University has helped working adults like Hudson earn the degrees employers seek – and has offered the most flexible ways to earn them.

Why? Because it’s important to learn on your schedule, not ours.

Regardless of how you learn, our on-campus and online MBA programs bring you relevant content, the skills employers are looking for, and the leadership training you need to take your education from the classroom right to the boardroom.

Let’s get it, April.