The speakers and field trips that Dr. Seitz had planned for us in Hong Kong provided a great perspective on the intensity of expanding business globally. Hong Kong is known as the “Freest Market in the World”, so it is only fitting that some of our speakers represented powerhouse American companies who chose to use the city as their Asian headquarters.
As part of the SLU MBA program, we are required to dive into the realm of international business. Why wouldn’t we? Every aspect of business, whether or not you’re a local manufacturer or an international conglomerate, is somehow connected to international business. Whether it’s having international customers or international suppliers, you will work across country lines...
"There are hundreds, even thousands, of people that choose programs for their name and rank....however a small program and class size offers more to your experience."
I initially chose SLU's MBA program because of the fast paced, one-year setup, but have since learned there’s so much more to the Full-Time One-Year MBA.