High-Quality MBAs Made Affordable and Accessible
In 2013, Alabama businessman Raymond Harbert pledged $40 million to the College of Business at Auburn University to help the nationally ranked institution become the best it could be. Today, the college continues to strengthen its position as a leader in business education through its exceptional MBA programs.
For recent college graduates looking for business expertise to seasoned executives looking to further their careers, the Raymond J. Harbert College of Business offers a portfolio of high-quality MBA programs that combine excellence and innovation at an affordable price. …Read More
Business Education for Tomorrow’s Business Leaders
New markets, new methods, new metrics – these are ingredients of an exciting business career for those who are prepared. For that preparation, future leaders turn to the Florida International University College of Business.
The college is accredited by AACSB International, a distinction Amelia Rea Maguire, executive director, management development, says only 15 percent of the world’s business schools can claim. Also, since FIU is in Miami – the de facto capital of the Latin American business world – it has a leadership standing in international business education.
“We train and educate global citizens,” she says. “We stand out at what we do.” …Read More
Matching Students With Real-World Experiences
As a liberal arts institution located in an urban setting, Millsaps College doesn’t just equip students with the critical thinking and visionary skills that lay a strong foundation for the rest of their lives. Millsaps is a place where they can put those skills and passions to work.
And as one of the few accredited business schools in a liberal arts college, the Else School of Management at Millsaps College capitalizes on those attributes by offering students personalized experiential learning and close mentoring opportunities made possible by small class sizes and dedicated faculty.
This innovative blend of rigorous academics and hands-on experiences offers students a comprehensive and highly tailored education that is difficult to find at larger schools. …Read More
A Full-Service Commercial Bank Committed to Helping Businesses Grow
Since 1961, Popular Community Bank has been building strong partnerships with business owners and entrepreneurs. Today, with 38 branches across the New York metropolitan area, Popular Community Bank believes the right financial tools and a strong, collaborative lender-client partnership enable business owners to focus on what they do best: growing companies and strengthening communities.
“We’ve been in this market for over 50 years,” says New York Metro Region Executive Brian Doran. “We have a strong commercial lending track record, and we’re here to help businesses evolve throughout all of their phases. We have the ability to provide loans to meet almost any financing need. There is no loan too large or too small for us to consider.” …Read More
Preparing Business Leaders to Make a Difference in Today’s World
For the Bryan College School of Adult and Graduate Studies, helping students earn an MBA seems like a natural extension of its mission.
A private, Christian liberal arts college, Bryan College upholds a Christian worldview as central to its purpose, and its inclusive atmosphere encourages students of all faiths to enroll. “We strive to empower students to make a difference in their world,” says Britney Wyatt, director of enrollment. “Training future business leaders to make a difference in their world is central to our mission.” …Read More
Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Business Develops Savvy Leaders
Dual MBA Degree Programs Give Students an Edge
Providing health care is more than a profession or a calling. It’s also a business. As health care delivery becomes more complex, costly and regulated, a keen business mind is an asset for any caregiver.
The Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Business at Shenandoah University created its dual MBA degrees in nursing and in pharmacy to prepare students for this real world. Through these programs, the Winchester, Virginia, university trains a generation of caregivers who will meet the challenges of a 21st century health care system. …Read More
Small Class Sizes, Unique Programs Make The University of Tennessee at Martin Stand Out From the Crowd
It’s not uncommon for students at the College of Business and Global Affairs at The University of Tennessee at Martin to hear their teachers address them on campus by their first name.
Unlike some large, impersonal business schools where students are among hundreds in a lecture hall, UT Martin offers small class sizes, usually with no more than 25 students, and dedicated, experienced faculty, says Ross Dickens, Ph.D., dean and professor of finance. …Read More
University of West Florida Gets Down to Business With Specialized Logistics Training
$300K Foundation Gift Advances Supply Chain Program
Today’s business climate is fast changing, demanding and mobile. Moving consumer goods, building materials and heavy equipment from Point A to Point B is not an easy task, making those who are skilled at it in high demand.
As the global economy grows more complex, companies that excel in designing supply chain logistics strategies resulting in high quality service and efficient product handling and transportation processes will lead the pack. …Read More
75 Next Year: Financial Services With a Community Focus
Places have their touchstones – local traditions, cherished civic organizations and important homegrown businesses built into the bedrock of the community.
Hudson Heritage Federal Credit Union has earned its place among time-honored institutions in Orange, Ulster and Dutchess counties. For almost 75 years, the credit union has saved members money through attractive checking and savings accounts, and loans with favorable terms. Five dollars is all it takes for membership. …Read More
Confident Leadership and Integrity in the Global Marketplace
For the Liberty University School of Business, producing tomorrow’s business leaders is actually a shortsighted goal.
“Our vision extends beyond tomorrow. We are looking decades ahead,” explains the school’s dean, Scott Hicks, Ph.D. “Our approach encourages lifelong learning and fosters personal skills that propel men and women to become more than mere professionals. They become their organization’s valued leaders for the future.” …Read More