WALSH COLLEGE PRESENTS ‘THE MBA EXPERIENCE’ ON FEB. 7 AND MARCH 14

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Walsh College will present “The MBA Experience,” an engaging and insightful event providing students with an opportunity to experience its highly regarded
Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program.

There are two upcoming sessions, from 6 to 7 p.m. Feb. 7 at the Troy campus and from 6 to 7 p.m. March 14 at the Novi campus.

Scott Wyckoff, the student outreach coordinator/admissions and academic advisor at Walsh College, will host the events.

Session topics include:

  • Developing strategic insight and judgment
  • Structuring your thinking
  • Developing leadership and managerial skills
  • Networking with faculty and peers while learning the importance of teamwork
  • Taking action on ideas, problem-solving methods, and experiences shared in the classroom

Scott Wyckoff, Student Outreach Coordinator/Admissions and Academic Advisor

The Walsh College MBA program enhances the ability to incorporate opportunistic decision-making and systematic approaches in solving complex problems. Students develop a framework for thinking and making decisions in today’s fast-paced business environment.

The Walsh College Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree is available to students 100 percent online, in addition to the current “2+2” format that combines classroom instruction with online study.

“The Walsh College MBA program prepares students for leadership positions in all facets of business,” said Michael A. Rinkus, interim executive vice president and chief academic officer, Walsh College. “The College’s reputation of being a leader in business education is well-earned. Employers value what Walsh has to offer, and our MBA students leave the program with a complete understanding of complex business practices, as well as the confidence and skill to make sound decisions.”

The MBA prepares graduates for positions in mid- to upper-level management by providing a broad, general education in major areas of business study. Walsh College has graduated more than 3,300 MBA students since introducing its program in 1998.

Walsh College does not require a GMAT for admission into the MBA program. Spring registration begins February 13.

Visit the MBA Experience for more information or to register. Seating is limited.