M.B.A. Open House showcases SBA for prospective grad students
More than 100 prospective students filled Wayne State’s McGregor Memorial Conference Center on Tuesday, June 24, for the School of Business Administration’s M.B.A. Open House.
In addition to the M.B.A., the event also showcased the M.S. in Accounting, M.S. in Taxation and Graduate Certificate Program. It also introduced prospective students to just some of the resources available to them as they get started – from WSU’s GMAT prep course to the Office of Graduate Admissions.
In addition, faculty members from each department were on hand to answer questions students had about specific academic programs. Their presence was the real difference maker, according to Amber Conway, director of the SBA Graduate Programs Office.
"Everywhere I looked, our professors were actively engaging a prospective student and making sure all of their questions were answered," Conway said. "I think the prospective students really appreciated that one-on-one contact."
A photo gallery of the event can be viewed on Flickr.
The winners are …
All M.B.A. Open House attendees were eligible to participate in a drawing to earn a $500 scholarship toward their first semester’s tuition. The winners of that drawing were:
To claim their prizes, these students must be admitted and enroll in an SBA graduate program for either the fall 2014 or winter 2015 semesters. Congratulations to the winners.
About the WSU School of Business Administration
Established in 1946, the School of Business Administration at Wayne State University has a distinguished history of preparing leaders to excel in a wide range of industries. More than 31,000 business alumni can be found around the world, developing innovative entrepreneurial ventures, managing multinational corporations and making a difference in nonprofit and government agencies. The school’s academic programs – in accounting, finance, information systems, management, global supply chain management and marketing – are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and are regularly recognized for high quality by third-party reviewers such as The Princeton Review and U.S. News and World Report.