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Alumni money managers return to campus for the annual Finance Conference.
Superb researcher, inspiring teacher Professor Ronnie Sadka.
A career counselor helped Alison Gates, MBA ’12, find the right job for her.
David Roach of Consilium Partners was a judge in the Diane Weiss Consulting Competition for MBAs.
DentaQuest President and Chief Executive Officer Fay Donohue, MBA ’80, talks with second year MBAs.
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    Fill your toolkit and gain professional experience in the two-year MBA program.

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    Flexible scheduling options make it easy to pursue a management degree while you work.

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    Study full-time or part-time in the top-ranked Master’s in Finance program.

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    Complete a Master’s in Accounting in two or three semesters.

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    Pursue a doctoral degree in finance or organization studies.

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Admissions Blog


Do you have what it takes to earn an MBA? Learn what qualities successful MBA candidates possess.

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Relationship Universe of Social Media


According to Carroll School of Management Associate Professor of Information Systems Gerald Kane, relationship “circles” have widened to include followers, fans, and “tweeps,” thanks to technology and social media. Check out this article in the MIT Sloan Management Review.


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Global Food Trends


In an interview with CCTV America, a media arm of China Central Television, Carroll School of Management Professor of Marketing Kathleen Seiders discussed whether consumers will benefit from the Kraft-Heinz merger, and the call for healthier foods worldwide. Watch the interview.

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After the Analytics


Carroll School of Management Associate Professor of Information Systems Sam Ransbotham says simply producing analytical results isn’t enough for most organizations. Read his article in the MIT Sloan Management Review.

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A Question of Asking


To achieve greater persuasive impact, are questions or statements better? It all depends. Carroll School of Management Associate Professor of Marketing Henrik Hagtvedt wrote about his research on this topic. Read his article in The Conversation