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Thank you everyone who attended our pizza party last week! We had another huge turnout- over 80 graduate students came to mingle over Pagliacci’s Pizza, beer, and wine. There is definitely a huge demand for these social events and AGSA is excited to continue to organize them for us graduate students. Our next event will be a Mariners Game Night on May 9 from 7-10 pm. If you’re interested, please RSVP by sending me an email at email@example.com.
Visit our AGSA webpage at: http://www.seattleu.edu/albers/graduate/resources/agsa/
Loc Nguyen, MBA Candidate, firstname.lastname@example.org
modifying the MBA curriculum ( check-out comparison sheet). If you are a new student talk to Jeffrey Millard.
If you are a current student trying to figure out which way to go this may help.
there seems to be some major advantages in the new curriculum such as:
say the old curriculum was also focused on industry requirements but with time “needs”
change. Stronger focus on soft skills has made it necessary for a MBA to master
this domain as well.
I wish these
changes were introduced a little earlier. Now I am half way through and it
would not be an intelligent decision to switch. Here is some information for
the students sticking to old curriculum:
Over all I
believe the change is happening for the good. It may cause a slight stress to
the current students but we are blessed with a great team of “friends,
philosophers and guides” in Albers. They would help us get through and of
course Albers and Seattle University as always would make sure our interests
are given utmost priority.
some useful links with detailed information:
Professional MBA new curriculum
Professional MBA current curriculum
By: Vaishali Agarwal, email@example.com
Loc Nguyen is a graduate student at Seattle University pursuing a MBA degree with a Certificate in Finance. He started his studies in the fall of 2013 and expects to graduate in 2016.