Episode 17: Could an online graduate degree program be a fit for you?
Looking to use this time to prepare for a career change or add to your list of marketable skills? Tulane’s AB Freeman School of Business is launching their first-ever online graduate degree program — a Master of Management in Entrepreneurial Hospitality degree — in January.
This week, AJ Brooks, assistant director for entrepreneurial hospitality and real estate programs within the Freeman School, talks about what the program will look like and how it can be customized to fit those interested in positioning themselves for leadership in a wide variety of industries as we move into a new normal.
AJ Brooks is a Lecturer in Finance and Management at the A. B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University. He is also Assistant Director for Entrepreneurial Hospitality and Real Estate Programs within the Freeman School. In addition to his work as an educator, Brooks has developed several real estate projects as the founder and CEO of Left Brick Capital, LLC, a privately-owned real estate development company based in New Orleans. With a focus on urban infill and historic rehabilitation projects, Brooks specializes in incentive-based development and is responsible for placing over $30 million in real estate assets in service over the course of his career. Prior to founding Left Brick, he worked as an asset manager at Gibbs Development and as a financial analyst at Stonehenge Capital. Brooks holds an MBA with a concentration in finance and specialization in energy from Tulane’s A. B. Freeman School of Business.