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Lara Donato, GMBA class of 2016 member and Forté Fellow, was recently published on the Forté Foundation’s website. She discussed some important considerations when deciding to pursue an MBA full time.
Check out her piece here.
The waitlists for Spring 2015 MBAD courses will go live through the registration portal on GWEB beginning Monday, November 24th at 7:00 am. If you are interested in getting on the electronic waitlist for a closed course, you will have the opportunity to do so at this time. Please reach out to your Advisor if you have any questions.
MBA Programs is pleased to announce that the Consulting Concentration required courses have been scheduled for the Spring 2015 semester. Students who are interested in completing the Consulting Concentration may choose to register for one or both courses being offered. To register, you may log into GWeb and enter the following CRNs:
47860: Consulting I (SMPP 6290, 3 credits) This course meets during the first half of the semester on Tuesdays from 4:30-7:00pm. This course meets during the second half of the semester: 4/16-4/18 only.
48083: Consulting Practicum (SMPP 6290, 3 credits), Tuesdays 7:10 pm – 9:40 pm
We are excited to announce the new academic calendar to keep you up to date on important deadlines, events, and holidays. Students can subscribe to the calendar to receive email updates. We encourage you to go through the tutorial provided on the calendar page prior to subscribing. Please note that there have been issues with security features connected to GW email addresses. You may wish to subscribe for now using a non-GW email address.
Click below to visit the new calendar:
The Department of Management will offer a condensed experiential learning course titled “DC Social Entrepreneurship Executive Experience” in Washington, DC during the 2015 Spring Break.
Led by Associate Professor Ayman El Tarabishy, the program will invite Egyptian faculty, leading Egyptian experts and students, and case study clients to Washington, DC from Thursday, March 12 to Sunday, March 15th to engage in a series of workshops, site-visits, and discussions with GW students and faculty, as well as experts from the Washington, DC area, including the World Bank, Small Business Association, Ashoka, and Calvert Investments. The program will also include a series of virtual joint lectures (dates to be announced).
Tentative site visits include the following: Small Business Association (SBA), The World Bank, DC Central Kitchen, Embassy of Egypt, Washington DC Mayor Office, The State Department, and U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Please consult the program brochure for additional information.
In the online schedule of courses, the course is listed as MGT 6290.10 DC Social Entrepreneurship Executive Experience (CRN: 45884).
The International Business Department has made syllabi available for past courses as a guide to assist with Spring 2015 registration. Follow this link to the information on the website: http://business.gwu.edu/about-us/departments/department-of-international-business/academics/syllabus/ A full list of International Business course offerings (no syllabi) can be accessed through the following link: http://business.gwu.edu/about-us/departments/department-of-international-business/academics/course-offerings/
Students who must complete selectives as part of their degree requirements may now consult the lists of approved courses for Spring 2015.
Please review the lists of ISTM selectives, sustainability selectives, and/or globally focused electives, and feel welcome to reach out to your academic advisor for assistance in course selection.
The Spring 2015 schedule has now been posted by the Registrar’s Office. To view the most up to date information on available courses, please visit:
Registration will begin at 7:00 am on Monday, November 10, 2014.
Please review your remaining course requirements by running your DegreeMAP on GWEB. Please feel welcome to reach out to your academic advisor for assistance in course selection or to answer any questions you may have.
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