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5 ways to pay for your MBA

One of the first questions that typically comes to mind when considering a Master of Business Administration program is: How will I pay for it? If you fall into the category of students who are anxious over the cost of school, you are not alone. The good news is that with a little research, you will find that there are many options available to you when it comes to

What does it mean to be AACSB accredited?

When choosing an MBA program, it’s important to investigate an institution’s academic credentials. By doing so, you’ll be able to make a confident decision about the education in which you are investing. These academic credentials are what people refer to when they talk about accreditation. A school’s accreditation showcases the institution’s dedication to quality education by meeting and maintaining specific requirements regarding curriculum quality, faculty scholarship, and strategic planning.

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What you need to know about a 100% Online MBA vs. a Flexible MBA at UTC

The MBA degree programs at UTC’s Gary W. Rollins College of Business provide a choice of delivery options, making them a good fit for working adults, full-time students and everyone in between. We offer a number of career-focused educational options for your MBA degree, meaning you get the training you need for long-term business success. So… What’s the difference? The MBA curriculum, taught by high-caliber Rollins College of Business

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MBA Faculty Profile: Dr. Mark Mendenhall brings years of leadership excellence to UTC’s MBA program

In today’s ever-changing business environment, employers list leadership as one of the most desirable skills for a potential employee. Dr. Mark Mendenhall, who holds the J. Burton Frierson Chair of Excellence in Business Leadership at the UTC College of Business, is an internationally recognized scholar in the field of international human resource management. His areas of expertise are in the areas of global leadership development and assessment, and the