Grades Don't Matter Much if You're Using Your MBA to Advance Neurosurgery

Dr. Leo Petrossian, CEO of Neural Analytics on June 11 in Los Angeles Photograph by Ringo Chiu/Zuma Press

An increasing number of young professionals see the MBA as a path to an entrepreneurial career. It’s important, however, to look outside the confines of a business school to what its parent university can offer. As schools look to commercialize their research and patents, natural opportunities emerge for MBAs to collaborate with students in other disciplines.

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