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Tuesday, August 08, 2017 - ‘Experience’ Walsh College’s MBA Program on Aug. 22 and Sept. 12

What is it really like to earn an MBA? How will it impact your career? Walsh College will take potential students on an insightful and informative journey with “The MBA Experience,” an engaging event showcasing the highly regarded Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program.

There are two upcoming sessions, from 6 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 22, at the Troy campus and from 6 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 12, at the Novi campus.

Walsh College Admissions and Academic Advisor Scott Wyckoff and Laura Frost, a professor of management at Walsh, will provide an insightful and engaging presentation on the benefits of earning a Walsh MBA.

Each event includes topics and tips regarding:

  • Structuring your thinking
  • Developing strategic insight and judgment
  • 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

"The MBA program prepares students to solve today's complex business problems," said Michael A. Rinkus, DBA, executive vice president and chief academic officer, Walsh College. "Taught by our faculty of experienced business practitioners, MBA graduates possess the skills and confidence demanded of leaders in this highly-competitive 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 MBA prepares graduates for positions in mid- to upper-level management. Graduates will be prepared to create, plan, implement, integrate, and measure an organization’s strategy and competitive advantage in the marketplace. The College’s mission is to train professionals who understand the importance of a company’s growth, cost controls, and maximizing assets that encompass its people, intellectual property, and capital expenditures.

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.

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

Registration for fall classes begins on Aug. 7. Fall classes begin Sept. 27.