Posted by Thuy Vien on
Tuesday, April 06, 2010
The small class size at Seattle University gives students the opportunity to get to know the outstanding faculty in the Albers School of Business. This dynamic interaction has encouraged fruitful collaborations in wide-ranging academic research topics from Business Ethics to Team Building to Corporate Finance. As a graduate student, the ability to work alongside a faculty member to dig deeper into a business topic of interest is highly rewarding, both personally and professionally. It allows us to see how the theories we are learning in the classroom have evolved and are evolving as new knowledge is incorporated into business practice, and to contribute towards this body of knowledge. Students interested in pursuing research as part of their MBA experience should speak with the faculty member they are interested in working with and inquire about the opportunities available for independent research credit. In addition to independent research projects, internships are an excellent way to build business experience and make contacts. More information about these topics can be found here.
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