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SLU MBA student, Ryan Weisert shares his testimonial on why he chose SLU for his Evening MBA and how taking this step helped his career change...
Reflection on MBA Course: Reclaiming the Human Spirit: Prison Experience & Learning from White Collar Offenders
John Cook School of Business professor Dr. Nitish Singh has created a unique, experiential course titled Reclaiming the Human Spirit: Prison Experience & Learning from White Collar Offenders.
Recently Cook School Graduate Business Programs students traveled to Omaha and had the opportunity to meet with Warren Buffett. A current Evening MBA student, Katie Wang, has shared her perspective on the experience.
"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."
He asked me in this conversation if I was happy with my job. I said, “No.” And, he said, “Why don’t you pony up to life and do something about it.”
Most recently, I launched a Kickstarter campaign for Pixel Press, an iOS and Android app that lets you draw your own video game level (no code required) and share it with others. Pixel Press is up on Kickstarter now.
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.
Dress for Success really speaks to the fact that Saint Louis University, and all of the members of the Career Resource Center genuinely care about what happens to students post-graduation.
Having never been out of the country, I didn’t really know what to expect when I began the very long (nearly 16 hour!) plane ride and landed in Asia. Hong Kong was better than I could have possibly imagined.
Not only has the Cook School provided me with a strong educational foundation, but through a variety of programs and initiatives, including an entrepreneurship center, strong academic advising and a faculty mentoring program, opportunities for independent study, and a strong support system for students looking for tutoring assistance, mentors, or career advice, it has helped me develop as a scholar and budding professional.