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  1. New science, medical MBAs at GRU - The James M. Hull College of Business at GRU will start its first MD/MBA classes this fall with about eight students, said Dean Marc Miller. Beginning in October, the college will also start recruiting for its first MBA program for students with a degree in science, technology engineering or mathematics - also known as STEM degrees.
  2. College Savings Advice for Students Planning to Work - Marisa Polonsky earns $1,500 for 150 hours per year through her work-study program in the financial aid office at the University of Oregon. At the same time, her parents are able to save part of her 529 plan, a tax-advantaged college investment account, for graduate school. Students planning to work during college need to consider two factors: whether their income will affect financial aid and ...
  3. Georgia university launching new MBA program - AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — Georgia Regents University's college of business is launching an MBA program targeted toward students with backgrounds in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. University officials said in a statement Monday that the 15-month program is focused on management and commercialization of several emerging industries in the energy, biotechnology, health care and ...
  4. Walsh College Announces New, Enhanced MBA, MS Graduate Programs - TROY, Mich., June 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Walsh College is enhancing its highly regarded Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Master of Science (MS) graduate degree programs to focus on the changing needs of students and employers. The new MBA, modeled on the programs of the top 10 part-time MBA programs in the U.S., consists of 42 student credit hours. Walsh also offers a series of ...
  5. DTE inquiry into HR College's Rutgers MBA course - The Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra has initiated an inquiry against HR College, Churchgate for allegedly launching an international MBA course in collaboration with Rutgers Business School, Newark without the mandatory approvals.
  6. Donna Randall, Ph.D., MBA, is Named Chief Executive Officer of the Cancer Prevention Institute of California - Former Chancellor of Michigan’s Albion College brings fundraising, national advocacy and financial expertise to the San Francisco Bay Area Nonprofit (PRWeb July 22, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/07/prweb12035044.htm
  7. YSU ‘reinvents’ MBA program - Staff report youngstown Youngstown State University has restructured its MBA program at the
  8. Overcome 3 MBA Application Challenges Facing Military Veterans - When it comes to some of the key qualities elite business school admissions officers are looking for in MBA applicants -- demonstrated leadership and management skills, an ability to motivate and work well in a team and international and cultural awareness -- military veterans typically display them in spades. Coming from the armed forces rather than a civilian career path prior to business ...
  9. MBA Students Can Help Spice Up Your Startup's Special Sauce - The sharp eyes of a business class can enrich a company's bottom line.
  10. How B-School Students Can Choose an MBA Concentration - The MBA degree is general by nature, as it's designed to train students for careers managing any area of business. Students typically spend the first year of business school studying a core set of courses that provide a strong foundation in accounting, finance, statistics, marketing, management, leadership and more. Offering concentrations where students can hone their skills according to their ...