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New 80,000-square foot building will provide undergraduate and graduate students with flexible learning and meeting spaces
Physicians Executive MBA alumnus Dr. Jeffrey Hammond recently named senior medical director over clinical research and pharmacovigilance at Pacira Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Auburn University Physicians Executive MBA program is proud to announce a Corporate Partnership has been established with the Tennessee Medical Association
Recently, a group of MBA students had the privilege of visiting the Delta World Headquarters in Atlanta, GA. The Auburn University Harbert College of Business has strong alumni connections with Delta, and the Delta team is always happy to welcome Auburn students.
Prior to the trip saying yes to writing about this experience, initially I figured I would be able to write a quick post about lessons learned and be done. Being fresh off the international trip, my current thoughts about the overall experience: I don’t know that I’ll ever be able to fully process all the lessons learned because the experiences will continue to forever shape and mold me. For right now, here’s my best shot at reflecting on the trip of a lifetime.
If you’re currently searching for a business school to apply to you’re probably hearing a lot about accreditation and rankings. Hopefully, the businesses schools you’re looking at are accredited. So, what is accreditation and why is it important?
The International trip and field study trips are built into the Auburn MBA curriculum. These trips provide a kind of real world perspective for students to see a range of companies and insight into how they operate. Auburn MBA students were recently invited to visit a Kia plant in Georgia. We'll let current graduate student, Scott Dukes, tell you about his experience:
Today’s business executive must have a global perspective, and since we like to show—not tell—an international trip is an important part of our curriculum.
Many people have heard Auburn alumni, students and friends talk about the “Auburn family” and what it means to be an Auburn man or woman. The stories can be a little cheesy and often lead people to think maybe this so called ‘family’ is really just a great marketing campaign. Danielle Pessolano is a current Executive MBA Student. She recently had a very real interaction with an Auburn alumnus. It’s just too good not to share:
CEO Magazine ranked Auburn’s Online MBA 28th Globally, On Campus TIER ONE & Executive MBA ONE. The global ranking included universities from Europe, South America and Australia.