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  • Mar 7
    Executive Leadership MBA Information Session

    Do you desire to accelerate your career path?  Aspire to hold a high-level management position?  Want to unleash your leadership potential?
    JMU’s College of Business has the perfect program for you.  If you are a mid-level manager with a minimum five years of professional work experience and interested in acquiring skills and abilities necessary for successful transition into C-Suite level positions, the Executive Leadership MBA may be just what you need.
    Our program is not a general part-time MBA; nor is it a traditional executive MBA.  Our curriculum has a strong and highly engaging leadership focus while providing technical skills and abilities necessary for successful transition into high-level positions.
    What makes us unique?
    • Small cohort sizes ensure high level of interaction with professors and other students
    • Synchronous online instruction paired with Saturday residencies once per month in McLean, VA make us convenient and well suited for busy life-styles
    • Nationally ranked program – U.S. News & World Report  ranked JMU’s online MBA 12th in nation, overall and 3rd in “student engagement” (2015)
    • AACSB Accredited
    • Collaborative and hands-on program that utilizes to top-notch faculty and business leaders
    • No specific bachelor degree required
     If this sounds like a good opportunity for you, plan to join us for an information session in March 2015.
     When:            Saturday, March 7 - 10:45AM Registration, Session begins at 11:00 with lunch provided
     Where:           Marriott Courtyard, Tysons Corner, Chesapeake Room
                                        1906-A Chain Bridge Road
                                        McLean, VA  22102
    Registration for Information Session:     Register here
    More Information:  Contact Dr. Michael Busing, Director at 540-568-3058 or

  • Mar 16
    Economics Speaker Series: Alice Rivlin

    Monday, March 16, 2015 | 4:00 p.m. | Madison Union Ballroom, Warren Campus Center: The College of Business welcomes guest speaker, Alice Rivlin from Brookings Institution. She will be giving a speech entitled: "Health and Health Care: Can We Improve Both at Sustainable Cost?"

  • Mar 25
    Economics Speaker Series: Carol Graham

    Wednesday, March 25, 2015 | 4:00 p.m. | Godwin Hall, Room 382: The College of Business welcomes guest speaker, Carol Graham from Brookings Institution. Graham will be giving a speech entitled: "The Pursuit of Happiness in the U.S. Compared to Other Countries: Inequality, Agency, Optimism and Life Chances."

  • Apr 8
    Economics and the Gilliam Center Speaker Series: David Colander

    Wednesday, April 8, 2015 | 4:00 p.m. | Zane Showker Hall, Room G1: The Economics Department and the Gilliam Center welcome guest speaker, David Colander from Middlebury College. He will be giving a speech entitled: "Complexity and the Art of Public Policy."

  • Apr 17
    Economics Speaker Series: Debra Stevens Fitzgerald

    Friday, April 17, 2015 | 3:30 p.m. | Zane Showker Hall, Room 106: The College of Business welcomes guest speaker, Debra Stevens Fitzgerald from Blue Ridge Community College and the Harrisonburg Planning Commission. She will be giving a speech entitled: "Economic Issues of Urban Planning in the City of Harrisonburg."

  • Apr 23
    CoB Welcomes Alice Rivlin

    On April 23, 2015 the CoB welcomes Alice Rivlin, the first woman to be Vice Chair of the Federal Reserve (1996-99), the founder and first Director of the Congressional Budget Office, and a recipient of a  MacArthur “genius” grant, among many other important positions and honors.  She will speak on “The Rising Cost of Health in the United States.”

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