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Month: August 2015

MS or MBA: Which Business School Degree is Best for You?

MS or MBA: Which Business School Degree is Best for You?

Students apply to graduate business school for a variety of reasons. While many simply want to expand or update their knowledge in a particular field, an overwhelming majority want to increase their job opportunities. If you find yourself in the latter group, you probably fall into one of three categories: you’re looking to enhance on your current work experience and develop your career. you’re interested in changing your career. you are an aspiring entrepreneur. Whichever category you fall into will…

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The UDallas Graduate Business Class of 2015 by the Numbers

The UDallas Graduate Business Class of 2015 by the Numbers

Have you wondered how you would fit into our graduate business program? We’ve got the stats on the 2015 Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business summer MBA and MS graduates! This infographic originally premiered in the UDallas summer 2015 edition of Tower Magazine, showcasing business students by the numbers. Check out the interesting numbers below.  

Graduate Students Invited to Leading Business Conference

Graduate Students Invited to Leading Business Conference

Acceptance to a Top-Tier Global Conference A few months ago, two first year doctoral candidates from the Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business received news that their papers were accepted to the top international business conference in the world, the Academy of International Business. The accepted papers were “Cultural Diversity as a Competitive Tool,” written by P.T. Navendra and “Personality and Expatriate Job Performance: The Moderating Role of Expatriate Cross-Cultural Adjustment,” written by Odette Christie – both papers were…

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5 UDallas Students Invited to Speak at Business Conferences

5 UDallas Students Invited to Speak at Business Conferences

As our Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) students wrap up their first year of the three-year program, we’re looking back at their accomplishments so far. Students of the program, the first AACSB-accredited DBA in Texas, are each accomplished business professionals and are now taking on the academic world, sharing their knowledge and expertise through academic papers and research. Below, we’ve listed students whose academic papers have been accepted to conferences: Enoch Asare and co-author Sri Beldona’s paper, “The Moderating Effects…

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