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March 21-22, 2014 was the conclusion of the EMBA Cohort 10, 19-month journey. During their final time as a cohort, various groups presented their Capstone Project to a handful of judges which included faculty, administration and alumni. This panel observed, evaluated, and posed questions to each group post-presentation. The purpose of this course was to […]

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Last month, our Cohort 10 finished their Capstone Class – Business Development Leadership – with Greg McCann and Dr. Guy Clumpner. In this course the students synthesized their learning, personal and professional development from their entire EMBA experience. Now, they are able to demonstrate how they will continue their development practice of life- long learning and […]

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On December 7th , 2013 students gathered after class for the second annual Family Day at Stetson Celebration campus Executive MBA Program; a fun evening of entertainment filled with music, food and most importantly: their loved ones.   Hugo Escanuela and his fiancée   Family Day was created to acknowledge and celebrate all the support that […]

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“I was pleased to hear that I was chosen to be one of the recipients of a $2500 scholarship from the Central Florida Chapter of the National Black MBA Association that is co-sponsored by Darden and to attend the reception where the organization celebrated their recipients and supporters.     While there I met the members […]

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By Dr. Jon Carrick The trip was even better than I would have hoped it would have been. We got to feel the global economy on the ground-level of two of the most exciting economies in the world. Vietnam is a developing country with a war torn past and incredibly bright future. And although it […]

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After 4 days in beautiful Vietnam, we have changed pace and moved on to Singapore. The differences between these two countries are vast in terms of infrastructure, opportunities and business, however as one of the newly industrialized countries of the 1970′s Singapore is a fabulous example of a country which has gained economic stability and […]

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By Dr. Jon Carrick The world has become highly globalized and we now must interact with companies from all over the world. Throughout the past term, we have been studying how to interact and conduct business with other countries and cultures. It is beneficial to study these things in the classroom, but there is no […]

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A few weeks ago Cohort 10 experienced a highly interactive simulation, in which students define and execute a business-to-business marketing strategy. The aim of this group exercise was to develop an understanding of the link between marketing strategy formulation and effective execution, and using segment and customer needs analysis to make product marketing and design […]

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  After 19 months of hard work and dedication, we were delighted to watch our largest cohort to date cross the stage, be individually recognized, and hooded during their rite of investiture. The Dean of the School of Business and Provost shook each graduates hand as they celebrated their personal journey in the quest of […]

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With just 7 weeks to go before they leave for Vietnam and Singapore, Cohort 10 are beginning to prepare for their 10-day international experience. Today in a Skype call with our International Study Programs program manager, Michaela Vokounova, the students got a first glimpse at their full itinerary and the events that will dominate their […]

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