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New 80,000-square foot building will provide undergraduate and graduate students with flexible learning and meeting spaces
Auburn University Executive MBA (EMBA) alumni Gordon Sumner and Meg Foreman are both active supporters of the Veteran’s Moving Forward (VMF) organization; a leading source of canine therapy and assistance dogs, provided at no cost to veterans with physical and mental health challenges. Unlike other non-profits that provide service dogs to veterans, a veteran does not have to be combat-wounded to qualify for a VMF service dog.
The 2016 U.S. News & World Report Best Online Programs rankings were recently released. The MBA Program at Auburn University’s Raymond J. Harbert College of Business earned a No. 10 ranking.
“Business is going global.” That’s a sentence many students hear from their business professors. On-campus MBA students at the Harbert College of Business don’t just hear that sentence; they see it. Part of the on-campus MBA curriculum is a 9 day international program funded through College of Business fees. This year’s cohort could choose between two destinations—Germany and Italy.
Lindsay Black wanted to get a few years of experience in her field before going back to school for her MBA. Working with Boeing and Auburn being a preferred university partner encouraged her to take the next step.
Over the past few decades, obtaining a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) has become a desirable way for students to launch a successful corporate career or push their current career in a different–and higher–direction.