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  1. Effective Ways to Address Academic Strengths On MBA Applications - Hard data points such as test scores and GPAs carry significant weight as business school admissions committees attempt to determine whether an applicant has the chops to handle the quantitative requirements of an MBA program.
  2. Teaching Consulting as Part of an MBA - The Mercy College MBA program taking job prep to a new level with a quickly expanding program. (PRWeb December 19, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/12/prweb12393609.htm
  3. Accelerate the Path to a Graduate Degree With a BBA-MBA Program - Jacob Guise has long had an interest in business and wanted to get his MBA. When the Loyola University Chicago student found out that he could get his MBA without having to work for a few years after college -- as is the requirement of many MBA programs -- he jumped at the chance.
  4. Find Networking Opportunities as a Part-Time MBA Student - Networking and career development are two important parts of the MBA experience. But for part-time students, finding the time to connect with business professionals can be hard to squeeze in. Take Penni ...
  5. UNH announces new business college dean - DURHAM – The University of New Hampshire announced Thursday that Deborah Merrill-Sands will take over leadership of the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics.
  6. Middlesex Community College chair under ‘investigation’ by governor’s office - The embattled board chair of the state’s flagship community college revealed today he is under “investigation” by Gov. Deval Patrick’s office amid reports he touted having a bogus Harvard MBA for more than a decade.
  7. College trustee touts bogus MBA - The Patrick administration’s handpicked board chairman for the state’s flagship community college has boasted for more than a decade that he has an executive MBA from Harvard University — even though the Ivy League school doesn’t award that degree, the Herald has learned.
  8. MCC board chair resigns over résumé questions - and Amelia Pak-Harvey apak-harvey@lowellsun.com BEDFORD -- The chairman of the Middlesex Community College board of trustees abruptly resigned Friday after reports questioned the truthfulness of his résumé.
  9. The John Marshall Law School, Elmhurst College Team Up to Offer Joint Programs in Law and Business - The John Marshall Law School and Elmhurst College have established joint academic programs in law and business that will enable students to earn advanced degrees in a significantly shorter period of time, in fields that will give graduates the advantages of versatility and in-depth knowledge in a continually evolving job market. (PRWeb December 16, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb ...
  10. Middlesex Community College chair claims ‘investigation’ by governor’s office - The embattled board chair of the state’s flagship community college claimed today he is under “investigation” by Gov. Deval Patrick’s office amid reports he touted having a bogus Harvard MBA for more than a decade, but in yet another bizarre twist, the governor's office is denying any probe.