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
Role of Community Bank More Important Than Ever
Flushing Bank Posts Significant Growth in 2013
Competing in the heart of the financial capital of the world, a community bank is proving to be one of New York Metro’s most valued business partners.
Stock growth for Flushing Bank, an 85-year-old Tri-State landmark, is outpacing the banking sector’s benchmark. A 26 percent year-over-year growth rate is more than double the KBW index set by major banks and money centers across the country. The reason? The New York State-chartered stock commercial bank offers businesses and families the vital resources, technologies and talent of the mega banks, but with a strong focus on the local community. …Read More
A Maryland University of National Distinction
This economical investment leads to very successful outcomes.
Offering 57 distinct programs within four endowed schools, SU is on of those rare universities that celebrates individual talents and encourages big ideas. Students gain real-world experiences, researching Amazon deforestation and interning for Italian media. The student-to-faculty ration is 17:1.
Students Master Business
Realities on Their Terms
MBA Studies at Tennessee Technological University
In this day and age, in every career field, working professionals who aspire to leadership positions are recognizing the absolute necessity of a graduate business degree. In their search for the ideal MBA program, they’re giving serious consideration to credibility, cost, convenience, curriculum and cutting-edge delivery.
That’s what brings so many students throughout Tennessee, across the U.S. and around the world to Tennessee Technological University’s MBA Studies program. TTU’s on-campus and online MBA programs, which are AACSB accredited, offer students a degree of flexibility, affordability and practical, real-world learning with which few other MBA programs can compete. …Read More
The University of Alabama – Culverhouse College of Commerce
The Culverhouse College of Commerce at The University of Alabama is preparing the next generation of business leaders today to meet tomorrow’s challenges of a rapidly changing global economy. And we’re leading the way with our innovative, rigorous and nationally recognized curriculum like the first-of-its-kind STEM Path to the MBA program.
Students majoring in science, technology, engineering or math earn an MBA in one additional year at the Manderson Graduate School of Business — all while acquiring the communication, leadership, decision-making and business analytics skills needed to thrive in today’s competitive world. …Read More