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Submit Your Proposal for the 2013 Dean’s Business Plan Competition

October 4, 2013

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The School of Management’s annual Dean’s Business Plan Competition is now accepting proposals. The competition is open to student teams from across Mason, in any major or discipline. Many interdisciplinary teams have competed in the past. Engineering, psychology, and nursing were among the programs and disciplines represented in addition to strong representation from School of […]

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7 Most Popular Business Degrees of 2013

August 9, 2013

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7 Most Popular Business Degrees of 2013 infographic   What are this year’s most popular business degrees? In today’s market, the majority of industries are tailoring their inner-workings to comply with customer online standards and needs. With technology playing a more profound role in our culture than in years prior, it’s no wonder the most […]

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MBA Program Admissions: Things to Consider

August 5, 2013

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Considering enrolling in an MBA program? There are several factors worth inspecting prior to choosing an MBA program. Nowadays the internet not only plays a critical role in determining which MBA program you will apply to, but also how school’s evaluate you. Below are a few points to consider before and while conducting your research […]

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The MBA Student Demographic

July 31, 2013

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Source: blog.thembatour.com via Daniels College of Business University of Denver on Pinterest   An ever-increasing number of Americans are applying to business school each year. But who is the average MBA student in the U.S.? According to the infographic above, the average MBA student in Washington, D.C. is a 28 year old male. Let’s take […]

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How to Evaluate MBA Programs in D.C.

July 26, 2013

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If your future plans involve starting a career in the U.S. capital, you may consider looking into MBA programs in D.C. Washington, D.C. is home to some of the most prominent business schools in the United States. Metropolitan areas also provide students with access to a broader job market than most urban locations. If your […]

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