College’s MBA programs garner increasing recognition in rankings.

For the first time, the College of Business Administration’s Executive MBA program appeared on the just-released (October 23, 2006) Financial Times rankings of the top 85 executive MBA programs around the world, coming in above that of any other business school in Florida.  The college’s Executive MBA program (#78) was ranked above those at the […]

First IMBA China track students complete month-long international residency.

“Who gets to go to China for a month, learn Chinese in China, meet Chinese people, and travel in the country?” Shirley Lowe (IMBA ’06) posed this question and had a simple answer: “I did.” Shirley Lowe (IMBA ’06) at the Summer Palace, Beijing, China She and Bruce Welch (BBA ’05), financial analyst, consumer products, […]

Burger King

Summer interns keep good company at Burger King.

Barry Shiflett This summer, six students from the College of Business Administration interned in a variety of departments at Burger King’s corporate headquarters in Miami. They worked alongside students from other leading universities, such as Harvard, Duke, Wharton, and the Rochester Institute of Technology. In fact, according to Barry Shiflett, director of Career Management Services […]

Graduate student named 2006-2007 William G. McGowan Scholar.

Arlene Ramkissoon (BBA ’05) The College of Business Administration has named Arlene Ramkissoon (BBA ’05) the William G. McGowan Scholar for the current academic year. The scholarship award covers the recipient’s tuition. Currently a student in the Master of Science in Human Resources Management (MSHRM) program in the Chapman Graduate School of Business, she plans […]

Graduate students help international company mine for new market opportunities.

Tomislav Mandakovic, Associate Dean, Chapman Graduate School For more than eighty years, Caterpillar, Inc., has been building the world’s infrastructure. Today, in partnership with its worldwide dealer network, Caterpillar is driving positive and sustainable change on every continent. The company is recognized as a technology leader and as the leading manufacturer of construction and mining […]

Beijing provides dramatic backdrop to program coordinated by college’s faculty member.

Mary Ann Von Glinow addresses AIB delegates. When Mary Ann Von Glinow, professor, Management and International Business Department in the college and director of Florida International University’s Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), stood on the stage of the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, it was the culmination of months […]

Students participate in “Experiencing China Tour.”

Master of International Business students visit the Tianjin Economic Development Zone (TEDA). Though they lost a day when they crossed the International dateline en route to China, a group from the College of Business Administration more than made up for it on their arrival. From March 20-29, 2006, participants in the “Experiencing China Tour” traveled […]