Graduate international business programs reach new milestone.

When U.S. News & World Report announced the 2007 publication of “America’s Best Graduate Schools,” the Alvah H. Chapman Graduate School of Business ranked eighteenth in the international specialization category—up four spots from last year. It was the only graduate program in Florida to appear in the list’s upper echelon. “We are delighted that the […]

Fall Commencement honors graduates, alumnus.

Fall Commencement took place on December 20, 2005. During the afternoon ceremony, 436 undergraduates from the Landon Undergraduate School programs, with the exception of the School of Accounting, received their degrees. The Chapman Graduate School and the School of Accounting ceremony took place in the evening, with a total of 338 students, including those from […]

Master of Accounting program graduates twenty-eight students in October.

Members of the sixth cohort of the College’s Master of Accounting (MACC) program graduated on October 21, 2005. The approach of Hurricane Wilma did not damage the good spirits of the 28 graduates and guests—totaling seventy people—who attended the event at the Rusty Pelican Restaurant. Students made awards to fellow cohort members and to faculty. […]

College breaks ground for new business building complex.

Donning hard hats and bearing golden shovels at the Ground Breaking Ceremony on November 18, 2005, from left, Chapman Graduate School Dean José de la Torre, Regions Bank President Angel Medina, Jr., Board of Trustees member and donor R. Kirk Landon, Ocean Bank President José Concepción, Florida International University President Modesto Maidique, College of Business […]

College creates Executive and Professional Education unit.

The team looks forward to meeting the business community’s needs in the areas of professional and executive education. As part of its ongoing commitment to ensure exceptional customer service to the business community, the College of Business Administration has created the Executive and Professional Education unit to deliver a variety of non-credit programs for executives […]

Chapman Graduate School contributes sponsorship and expertise to forum.

José de la Torre, dean of the Chapman Graduate School, was moderator of a panel on “Remittances: What This Represents for Latin America.”  The panelists with him are (left to right): Sergio Bendixen, president, Bendixen & Associates; José Maria Ayuso, executive vice resident of Product Management & Member Relations, Visa International; and José Guerrero, CEO, […]