One year, full-time global MBA with focus in finance, marketing, and hospitality revenue management. Accredited by AACSB International.
Mission: The College of Charleston’s one-year global MBA program is housed in the School of Business on the downtown campus. The program is open to high-achieving students of all backgrounds and delivers personalized academic experiences to position graduates for jobs in diverse fields and industries. Students get an inside look into international business during the required international travel experience (classes have visited Brazil, Dubai, Vietnam, China and other business centers). Accredited by AACSB International, the program pairs interested students with professional mentors, and focuses on providing a blend of workplace skills and leadership. http://www.mbacharleston.com/
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Learn what makes our program different and how the College of Charleston MBA has made an impact in these students' professional and personal growth.
MBA alum and active member of the United States Air Force Peter Burns '15 recently received the Joint Service Achievement Medal — a commendation by the military for those who have performed an exceptional achievement or commendable service during a joint military command or activity. Lieutenant Burns distinguished himself by playing a key role in evacuating an air base during a short-range ballistic missile attack in Iraq. His efforts culminated in 297 lives saved and zero casualties. Thank you for your service, Lt. Burns. We are so proud to call you a CofC MBA alum!
In light of recent events, we are thrilled to bring you some good news! 🙌
The MBA program recently gained some serious recognition and topped several rankings by the U.S. News & World Report, including:
-No. 1 for job placement three months after graduation
-Top 10 public one-year program ranked nationally by U.S. News
-Highest percentage of female students in a full-time MBA program
-No. 95 out of 477 on Best Grad School Rankings List
-The country’s most affordable accelerated MBA program
We're so proud! Click here to get the complete details on the program’s successes: https://bit.ly/2VylqqD
today.cofc.edu The College of Charleston School of Business MBA program has been named first in the country for job placement, according to U.S. News & World Report. The College’s accelerated one-year MBA program tied for first place with La Salle University, St. John Fisher College and the University of South F...
During this time of strife and struggle, our students are going above and beyond to help those in need! 💪 MBA student Hunter Morris recently set up a GoFundMe page to support the Lowcountry Food Bank, which helps fight hunger in South Carolina’s ten coastal counties. In just five days, Hunter’s fundraiser has amassed over $700! That’s worth more than 4,200 meals for the hungry. Hunter still has a way to go until he reaches his goal, so click here to donate: https://bit.ly/3ek8nSz
Thank you, Hunter, for helping the Charleston community!
Last week, we shared that School of Business associate dean and finance professor Dr. Jocelyn Evans teamed up with members of the Microfinance Club to donate bottled water and snacks to the healthcare workers at Roper St. Francis Hospital. During her visit, Dr. Evans learned that the hospital staff were also short on medical supplies! When word of the dire situation got around to MBA student Marc Chesnutt, he and some additional members of the MBA10 cohort launched a GoFundMe campaign to raise proceeds for the Low Country Health Care System, a nonprofit that distributes funding to the state’s most in-need medical facilities. In just a matter of days, over $2,000 has been raised! Click here to join Dr. Evans, MBA10, and the Microfinance Club to show your support by giving: https://bit.ly/2Vasvxu
gofundme.com America, the world and Charleston are facing unprecedented times. College of Charleston would … Marc Chesnutt needs your support for Ventilators and Supplies
Our MBA faculty are amazing. Case and point: Yesterday MBA finance professor Dr. Jocelyn Evans teamed up with an undergraduate student to deliver bottled water and snacks to the hard-working ICU healthcare professionals at Roper St. Francis Hospital in Charleston. Talk about brains and heart! We couldn't be more proud ❤️
Need a little positivity today? Yesterday, Associate Dean Dr. Jocelyn Evans teamed up with senior Jordan Sirota to buy and deliver bottled water and snacks to Roper St. Francis Hospital in Charleston! Watch this video to see Jordan discuss the importance of taking care of others and supporting hard-working ICU healthcare professionals!
In a time of much uncertainty, the College of Charleston one-year MBA program is here to help you elevate your professional skills. Join us on Wednesday, April 1 to learn more about our accelerated MBA program — named No. 1 in the Nation for Job Placement by U.S. News & World Report (2020). Click here to RSVP ➡️ https://bit.ly/33RmYA7
College of Charleston MBA professor Mark Witte makes his prediction for how the economy will bounce back after COVID-19 and why greed might help. Click the link below to read more!
charlestonchamber.org Written by Mark Witte, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Economics at the College of Charleston School of Business Plenty of ink has been spilled about COVID-19 — known more commonly as the coronavirus. Quarantines have disrupted supply chains and made it impossible for many individuals to work. Sate...
Last week, our very own MBA student Lexi Gravino ‘20 won the People’s Choice Award for this year’s Graduate Research Poster Session hosted by the College of Charleston Graduate School. Lexi’s poster analyzed marketing research, health informatics and higher education trends to uncover market gaps in the Medical University of South Carolina’s (MUSC) master’s in health informatics (MSHI) program. The goal: to make the program more attractive to prospective students. To read more about her research — and her impressive findings — click the link here: https://bit.ly/3aqr6t9
Way to go, Lexi!
Professors from the College of Charleston School of Business — including the MBA program's own Drs. Angela Passarelli, Mark Pyles and Jocelyn Evans — have joined forces with the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce to provide pro bono consultations to Charleston-area businesses affected by the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in a new initiative called Profs on Call. MBA family, please share this resource with anyone in your network who may need it!
charlestonchamber.org The College of Charleston School of Business and the Charleston Metro Chamber have joined forces to provide pro bono consultations to Charleston-area businesses affected by the spread of the coronavirus.
Peyton Masters is pursuing her Master of Business Administration at the College of Charleston with a focus in Marketing. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Hospitality Management with a minor in Business Administration at the University of Mississippi — the state’s flagship college.
During her time as an undergraduate, Peyton took part in a Study USA program where she toured casino resorts on the Las Vegas strip to assess various components of their business. Due to her top performance in this course, Peyton was offered a marketing internship with MGM Resorts International. The summer after obtaining her degree, she created a half-million-dollar promotion for the Goldstrike casino and resort, which will come to fruition in January–February of 2020.
The Johns Creek, Georgia native has served as a member of the OMASH hospitality club, a player on numerous intramural soccer leagues, a cabinet member of the Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority Nu Beta chapter and a local volunteer at a number of charities, including More Than a Meal — all while earning Chancellor’s list and Dean's list status.
Peyton is excited to approach her experience in the College of Charleston MBA program with the same rigor. She plans to continue her diverse career in marketing after earning her master’s degree.
today.cofc.edu You can understand if Wayne Smith may be experiencing a bit of déjà vu. Many years ago, Smith worked as a tourism development coordinator for the province of Ontario, Canada. During that time, a mysterious virus was discovered in Asia and quickly spread around the world. Soon, health officials wor...
Delaney Lynch is currently studying for her Master of Business Administration at the College of Charleston with a focus in Marketing. She previously earned her bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology with a Business Management minor from the University of La Verne in her home state of California. While attending the University of La Verne, she represented her school as a member of both the volleyball and track teams.
While pursuing her undergraduate degree, Delaney worked multiple part-time jobs. She served as an assistant office administrator for Pacific Sundance Construction Inc. for two years as well as a facility coordinator for Pacific Athletic Center where she managed youth sports camps for over 200 participants.
After completing the College of Charleston master’s program, she hopes to combine her passion for kinesiology, business management skills and interest in marketing to work in the sports marketing industry. One day, Delaney would like to open her own sports facility.
Enough said 🔥
As the number #1 accredited 1-year MBA program in the country for job placement (U.S. News & World Report), you might ask yourself, ‘What makes the MBA program unique?’ The answer: the high return on investment that students receive from our program!
We have a range of activities that help our students become more marketable in the working world, including our Mentor Program, which pairs executives from the Charleston area with MBA students to help broaden their networks and increase the soft skills they need to be hirable as soon as they graduate! Another way we ensure high ROI is by inviting business leaders to coach students on their career paths. This, of course, is supplemented by all of the efforts of our dedicated MBA Career Services Office. Learn more about the ROI we offer — including our low-cost tuition — here: https://bit.ly/2Tw2fwN.
The deadline to apply to the MBA program has been extended to May 1! Visit mba.cofc.edu for more info on how to apply.
Only three days until the Women for Women Summit presented by the College of Charleston School of Business! Tickets are SOLD OUT, but you can follow all of the action by keeping up with us on Facebook and Instagram #W4WSummit
today.cofc.edu Joanna Lau, founder and CEO of executive consulting and investment company Lau Acquisitions, and member of the College of Charleston's School of Business Board of Governors, says the inspiration for the upcoming Women for Women Summit, presented by the School of Business, came from the women in
Forrest Kennedy is currently pursuing his Master of Business Administration with a focus in Hospitality Revenue Management. He made the decision to advance his business education after earning his bachelor’s degree in Business Management at Kennesaw State University.
During his undergraduate career, Forrest was very involved in his fraternity and the community. He served in various positions within his fraternity including as a New Member Counselor, Risk Management Officer and President. When he wasn’t busy studying or serving his fraternity, he could be found volunteering or interning. Stephen served as the first management intern for the Atlanta-based restaurant chain Willy’s Mexicana Grill.
Forrest is considered a distinguished and willing learner and leader, earning an award for his volunteer efforts with the Lake Rabun Association and receiving undergraduate accolades ranging from Dean’s List and President’s List to his national fraternity recognition.
Everyone has their own personal career journey. College of Charleston MBA alumna Kelly Muxworthy ‘18 went from being a private flight attendant to becoming a startup executive. She is currently the Director of People for Beam, a Boston-based wellness company that specializes in selling CBD products. According to Yahoo Finance, CBD is currently one of the fastest-growing industries! Kelly’s resume also includes working for Healthcare Trust of America and Bain Capital.
Great job, Kelly! We’re glad you’re following your passion and doing what you love. To read more about Kelly's unique career path, click here ➡️ https://bit.ly/328sFZq
Nicole Horth graduated from Clemson University with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a minor in Business Administration. She is currently pursuing her Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Finance at the College of Charleston.
Previously, Nicole worked for Granite Telecommunications as a supervisor on a cost analyst team where she collaborated with the sales department to assess which deals to pursue and determine pricing. She started as an analyst but was promoted quickly to supervisor where she oversaw ten employees. As a supervisor, she assigned, reviewed and educated her team.
Upon completion of the MBA program, Nicole plans to use her analytical background, leadership skills and strong work ethic to find employment within the financial industry. She enjoys both learning and challenging herself — and prefers working in a team. In her spare time, Nicole likes to travel, support her sports teams and ski.
The College of Charleston MBA program is more than a graduate program, it's a professional development training ground. We work closely with businesses and employers to pinpoint what hard and soft skills they want to see in their employees. Soft skills are a combination of social, communication and other critical skills. We train our students to hone these areas to distinguish themselves in a crowded hiring market. MBA director Ron Magnuson sat down with Charleston CEO to share more about our approach to career readiness. Check it out, here: https://bit.ly/39B5iKF.
charlestonceo.com Ron Magnuson, Director of MBA of the College of Charleston, discusses the work they do with companies, such as providing their employees with classes.
The College’s birthday festivities are in full swing! We have an exciting #CofC250 activity happening in exactly one month. On March 11, the College of Charleston will be hosting our 250th Anniversary Golf Outing at Briar's Creek Golf Club on Johns Island! The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and includes brunch and dinner. Dust off your clubs and register your foursome today! https://www.cofc250golf.com.
After completing her Bachelor of Arts in Economics at Emory University, Anneliese Holland moved to Charleston to be closer to family — and for the fantastic ocean views.
She has been working in niche asset servicing at MTAG Services for over a year and a half, quickly taking on more responsibilities and making herself a critical member of the Servicing team. Anneliese is now pursuing her Master of Business Administration from the College of Charleston.
Outside of her professional life, Anneliese enjoys a wide variety of handicrafts and attending kickboxing classes. She adores community volunteer work (having spent 12 active years as a Girl Scout and being named her council’s “Young Woman of Distinction” 2012 High School Scholar). Anneliese plans to continue her work to help others through the College of Charleston while remaining an active member of the Emory Alumni Association’s Charleston Chapter.
If you went to CofC, you probably already know him. But for those who are new to the College, meet Seaton Brown — the College of Charleston's unofficial mayor! Seaton is also the director of admissions for the MBA program and a dedicated alum of the College of Charleston School of Business. He recently spoke on KazSource's Entrepreneur Perspectives podcast about what makes our MBA different (and more valuable!) than other programs. Check it out!
kazsource.com We chat with Seaton Brown, Director of MBA Admissions at the College of Charleston. We discuss higher ed, emotional content, and Charleston, South Carolina.
Do you struggle to strike a balance between being about your business — be it at work, home or school — and finding your bliss? EO Charleston will host author and business leader Amy Vetter, The B3 Method Institute tonight at Woolfe Street Playhouse where she'll coach you through creating your own sense of work-life harmony. You'll walk away with the tools and confidence to uncover your passions, learn to be more productive, and gain an understanding of how to develop the technology practices (and boundaries) to be more mindful. Click the link to RSVP!
eocharleston.org Join EO Charleston on Thursday, February 6 at 6 p.m. for a special speaker event featuring Amy Vetter, an inspirational woman technology and mindfulness keynote speaker for businesses, associations, financial and accounting firms. Light refreshments will be provided after the presentation. Space is
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