Posts Tagged ‘experiential learning’

MBA Students Analyze Artist’s Business

Entrepreneurs are taught to think out of the box, and so of course, it only makes sense that a professor of entrepreneurship would also think out of the box when presenting lessons to their students. For students in one MBA course, analyzing the business of an artist was just one of many hands on lessons throughout […]

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Meet Mason MBA Student Joel Angle

When his conscience called shortly after September 11, Joel answered the call. At 18, Joel Angle began a career with the U.S. military that has taken him to Iraq, Kuwait, Egypt and Thailand. In 10 years, he served as a radio operator, grenadier, intelligence analyst, platoon leader and executive officer. In Joel’s last assignment before […]

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5 Things You Need that Top MBA Programs Deliver

Researching top MBA programs can be a very daunting task. There is much to consider and much to weigh in order to find the MBA program that is a good fit for you and your career goals. Below is a list of 5 things you should look for in an MBA program prior to applying. […]

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On the Road with the Mason MBA: Chile

This January, 28 students, along with Professors Nirup Menon and Massood Yahya-Zadeh, spent eight days in Chile on the international residency that is the culmination of the Mason MBA experience. Central to these week-long residencies are the site visits with leading regional firms and executives. The visits provide not only first-hand insight into business practices […]

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On the Road with the Mason MBA: A Day in South Africa

This January, eighteen Mason MBA students traveled to South Africa for the week-long global immersion that is the culmination of MBA 795 Global Business Perspectives. Accompanied by Professors J.K. Aier and Jessica Hoppner, the students spent time on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and met with global companies doing business in South Africa (Accenture, Ernst & […]

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