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I chose the SLU one year MBA program to further my career aspirations. Since attending classes I have gained a better understanding of how a business functions from the small details to the big picture. Having achieved my Bachelor’s Degree from SLU in Healthcare Management, I sought out a program like SLU’s one year MBA to teach me the business concepts that many healthcare organizations use on a day-to-day basis.
Students from our MBA and Graduate classes traveled to Hong Kong this winter break as part of our study abroad program. Students Ploy Supree (#SLUPloy), Sarah Kiehl (#SLUSarah), and Emily Sheehey (#SLUEmily) took over the @SLUCookBusiness account for the trip.
As part of our One-Year and Part-Time MBA Programs, students can take part in a study abroad trip to Hong Kong where they’ll explore the culture and business in the economic hub of the east. Our MBA class will be leaving for Hong Kong on December 30th, and some of our students will be live-tweeting their journey on our @SLUCookBusiness twitter handle. Follow every student by following the #SLUHongKong hashtag, and these students taking over our twitter handle:
The John Cook School of Business was selected to send a group of its graduate and MBA students to Omaha, Nebraska to meet Warren Buffett, CEO and Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway and one of the most successful investors of the 20th century.
What does video games, live painting, and an ice sculpture of SLU's President have in common?
Students from John Cook School of Business Graduate program will travel to Omaha, Nebraska this weekend where they will meet Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway. During the course of their visit our students from the One-Year MBA, Evening MBA, and Specialized Graduate Degree programs will be able to gain knowledge from Mr. Buffett with a question and answer session and tour of a Berkshire Hathaway property, Nebraska Furniture Mart.
Globalhack VI brought over 1200 developers, designers, and entrepreneurs to SLU to compete and develop the best product to combat homelessness. Two SLU students shared their experience of the day on the @SLUCookBusiness Twitter feed...
The hackathon, hosted at Chaifetz Arena, helped the St. Patrick Center develop ideas and programs to assist with homelessness in St. Louis. Check out what 38 hours of coding can build...
GlobalHack VI happens this weekend at the Chaifetz Arena! Students from across the US will be spending the whole weekend designing, developing, and presenting products to solve a single civic technology problem centered around homelessness and the St. Patrick Center. We will be giving you an inside look at the whole weekend from our students' perspective. We're handing over the keys to the @SLUCookBusiness Twitter account so you can follow along in real time as our students develop solutions, build products, and compete for cash prizes! Meet our students who will take over this weekend...
The Center for Entrepreneurship at the John Cook School of Business held its annual Pure Idea Generator Challenge at the City Museum on October 2. Students from across the Midwest entered by answering a question on Twitter...