MBA Day - Base Camp
The MBA “Base Camp” will provide you with a series of intense workshops designed to prepare you for your graduate business education at the Bryan School. To hone the fundamental skills necessary to succeed in your coursework, you will attend a series of seminars on topics such as case study methodology and business research training.
Base Camp also serves as the official welcome to the UNCG MBA where you will be introduced to fellow students, professors and administrators who will play key roles in your education over the next twenty-one months. With Base Camp taking place the week before the semester begins, it is a relatively calm week on campus for you to become familiar with your new surroundings and to take care of buying books, getting an ID card, picking up a parking pass and other start-of-the-semester tasks.
The next Base Camp is set for Tuesday, August 7 through Friday, August 10, 2018. The form to submit your intent to enroll and RSVP for Base Camp can be found by clicking the button below as well.Learn More About Base Camp
Resources for MBA Students
To find information regarding the following:
- MBA 701 Excel & Quantitative Resources
- Academic Resources
- Campus Resources
- International Student Resources
- Employment & Internships
- Local Resources
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MBA Evening - Orientation
A brief orientation and welcome reception for new students of the Bryan Graduate Programs will be held the Saturday before the start of each semester. This event will provide you with the opportunity to meet several faculty members, network with other students and ask questions. Complete details, along with RSVP information, will be included in your admission packet.
The next Orientation for newly admitted students will be Saturday, August 11, 2018. Check-in will be from 10:00 – 10:30 AM, and the event will run from 10:30 AM – 2:00 PM.
Click here to see a sample Orientation schedule.
Advising for Summer and Fall 2018 is Happening Soon!
Continuing student advising is scheduled to take place from March 12 to April 18, 2018. You will need to schedule an appointment with your advisor to finalize your course schedule and also get an advising code for registration.
Additionally, to find more information on the following:
- Reminders for students that will be graduating
- Registration for classes
- Course schedules and meeting dates for upcoming semesters
- Professional Fridays
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Graduate Career Services
As a Bryan MBA student, you have access to career coach Lizzy Tahsuda, who focuses on the specific needs and professional goals of graduate students. Lizzy can assist you with career basics such as resumes, cover letters, and interviews, but she also provides guidance related to career exploration, leveraging your current position, offer negotiation, networking, and more.
Internships are an essential part of your time in graduate school. Not only do they give you a meaningful way to apply the knowledge you gain in the classroom, but they provide industry experience that helps you build your professional network.
Whether your goal is to make a career change or enhance your current career with your new graduate degree, the career search process can be challenging. Starting your search early and using your resources can mitigate the stress and help you meet your next career goals.Request an Appointment
MBA 745: Doing Business Abroad
Because it can be difficult to devote an entire semester to study abroad, the MBA program has developed MBA 745: Doing Business Abroad, which is designed to expose you to foreign business practices and cultures. This popular one-week course is a faculty-led trip abroad to tour cultural, business and governmental sites as well as to attend lectures and roundtable discussions with local business leaders and scholars. MBA 745 takes place during Spring Break, and you will receive 3 hours of academic credit for your participation.Learn More About Study Abroad
Eligible Students: Graduating baccalaureate and master’s level candidates (not doctoral) for December 2017 and May 2018. Students may self-nominate.
Recognition Event: The Bryan School Graduation Ceremony will be on May 4, 2018
To learn more about the following awards/medals:
- The Bryan Achievement and Leadership Award
- The Dean’s Service Award
- The Outstanding Undergraduate/Graduate Student Award
- The Bryan School Academic Excellence Medal
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