In an era in which technology seems dominant in its impact of business and education, William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business has found a global competitive advantage in a tried and true form of human connection.
Since 1920, the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University has equipped students with the skills, knowledge and experience they need to succeed in business. The SMU Cox MBA program is renowned for innovations in education, exemplified by additions such as the new Energy Management Program.
Established by a generous $5 million gift made in honor of 2001 MBA graduate Kyle Miller, the Kyle D. Miller Energy Management Program and Scholarship Fund will help support MBA students concentrating in energy finance both academically through revamped courses and financially with MBA scholarships.
Whether it's to Wall Street, the corner office, a startup, alternative energy companies, or non-profit organizations, the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University is committed to the development of businesswomen who will become the world's leaders. In an interview we conducted with them, SMU Cox chose to highlight the unique opportunities and organizations at Cox that help lend support to female MBA candidates throughout business school.
Smith School of Business at Queen’s University is renowned for excellence, innovation, and leadership in business education. One of the highlights of Smith Business is their MBA program. We spoke with Teresa Pires, Associate Director at Smith School of Business, to learn about the unique components of Queen’s University MBA.
Introducing our new blog series, "Breaking Rank," in which we look beyond rankings and illustrate information about MBA programs that you may not otherwise find. Read below to learn more about Boston College Carroll School of Management's Data Analytics courses, which teach students valuable skills to apply to real-world situations and thus are a key component of the program's curriculum.