CONGRATULATIONS MBA CLASS OF 2014!

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Congratulations MBA Class of 2014!!

The largest MBA class of thirty-eight students graduated on Saturday, June 28th in the Cistern Yard. Steve D. Swanson, an alumnus of the College and successful local businessman addressed the new graduates.

The College’s One-Year Global MBA program is unique among its competitors. The program immerses its students in the world of business on both a national and international level for twelve challenging months. The intensive program requires students to complete three online Harvard business classes in preparation for the fall semester. Once students arrive at the College they choose between three cohorts, Finance, Marketing and Hospitality Revenue Management. Students are given the opportunity to travel with their cohort and experience hands-on the competitive, real world of international business. A large number of our recent graduates have jobs waiting for them in their respective fields in the next few months. Congratulations MBA Class of 2014 on all your hard work and accomplishments!

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Finance

Kristen Adams

Thomas Boyle

Matthew Cox

Maria Dubovik

Nicholas Ellyn

Melissa Gregoire

Patrick Hauer

Kenneth Hawk

Xingling Huang

Dan Kennedy

Benjamin Koetter

Robert Daniel Little

Jason Marks

Victoria Sessoms

Rong Yang

Carter Yates

 

Marketing

Benjamin Adams

Chelsea Baker

Shelby Ball

Chelsea Bennett

Kaitlyn Colclough

Story Cosgrove

Thomas Blake Gettinger

Justin Keefe

Nhu Lam

Claudia Patruno

Bailey Peters

Connor Shields

David Traylor

Matthew William

Christian Zastrau

 

Hospitality Revenue Management

Jason Bilow

Christopher Flowers

Ingrid Gambee

Colin Herlihy

Christina Mellinger

Jonathan Mellinger

Scott Neslage

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