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Explore Our Programs: MBA

Explore Our Programs: MBA

Three Things to Know About Getting Your MBA at UD   1. Flexible and relevant. The University of Dallas’ MBA program is designed for the working professional, meaning we embrace the educational philosophy that “experience matters” on a school-wide level. Our faculty are experienced, industry professionals and our graduate programs are offered at convenient times and in convenient formats. 2. Real-world business experiences.  A hallmark of the MBA program is the culminating Capstone Consulting Experience in which MBA students work…

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2016 Fall Incoming Class Profile Infographic

2016 Fall Incoming Class Profile Infographic

As you consider graduate business schools, you’re probably thinking about questions like: “Who will my professors be?“, “What should I study?” or even “Do I really need an MBA?” And while all of those questions are important, another question you should ask is: “Can I see myself in this program?” Using statistics for our incoming fall 2016 class, we’ve created an infographic to help you see who they are, what they’re studying and where they come from.

Meet UDallas MBA Professor, Laura Muñoz

Meet UDallas MBA Professor, Laura Muñoz

University of Dallas faculty member, Laura Muñoz, Ph.D, has been promoted to associate professor of marketing at the Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business. Muñoz’s research over the last decade has covered matters within professional selling, marketing and entrepreneurship and pedagogy. Throughout her research into professional selling, Muñoz has been a proponent of the theory of neutralizations, taking her findings to businesses looking to proactively create or improve ethical culture within their organization. Business Research Piqued by Curiosity “My…

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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.  

4 Reasons Why I Chose UDallas

4 Reasons Why I Chose UDallas

The Decision-Making Process Making the decision to attend graduate school is a critical one in any person’s life. Once the decision is made, the next challenge is sifting through all the programs and their offerings. A year ago, I was in those exact shoes. I spent hours comparing and contrasting programs only to feel overwhelmed. I knew I was looking for a graduate business school that would prepare me for the competitive job market, but was also affordable and flexible….

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Jobs Where an MBA Can Make a Difference

Jobs Where an MBA Can Make a Difference

As you begin thinking about advancing your career, you may find yourself considering graduate business school. And statistically, a graduate degree is often an excellent choice. The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) released a survey following the career progression of graduate management alumni from 1980 through 2014. The study found that one year after earning a graduate business degree, over half of alumni work in mid-level positions. Employment among the group progresses steadily to executive-level by five years after graduation…

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