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Student Spotlight: Anthony Gabra ’25 "I've accumulated a wide range of skills. These include technical skills like financial statement modeling, company valuation, and econometric analysis, just to name a few. But I've also developed interpersonal skills such as leadership, conflict management, and communication."

March 12, 2024 by | Students

Anthony Gabra, a double major in Business Administration – Finance and Economics with a minor in Data Analytics, is set to graduate in the spring of 2025. Choosing a university can be a daunting task, but for Anthony, the choice was clear. He shares, “I chose Chapman because when I toured the campus, even though

Alumni Spotlight: Brittney (Stephens) Hendricks ’10 "I think the term “networking” is overused and is a bit of a dysphemism for “relationship building,” which has been so important in every step of my career."

December 14, 2023 by | Uncategorized

Meet Brittney Hendricks, a dynamic marketing professional whose journey from graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in 2010 to becoming the current VP of Marketing & Communications at Oxnard Convention & Visitors Bureau (Visit Oxnard) is nothing short of inspiring. Embarking from Chapman with a keen interest in marketing, Brittney’s career trajectory

Student Spotlight: Chanel Sud ’24 From the classroom to the court, I have created memories that I will cherish forever with the people who mean the world to me

October 12, 2023 by | Uncategorized

Meet Chanel! Chanel Sud is pursuing a major in Business Administration with an emphasis in Marketing and a minor in Leadership! She is a student-athlete, a part of Greek Life, and an overall positive influence on the Chapman community! A Glimpse into Chanel’s Chapman Experience Chanel radiates enthusiasm as she reflects on her time at

Student Spotlight: Michael Baker ’25 Chapman is a place that I feel I can really work on myself and figure out what I truly want to do after graduation.

October 10, 2023 by | Uncategorized

Meet Michael Baker! Michael Baker is pursuing a major in Business Administration with a specialized emphasis in Marketing. In addition to his major, Michael is also working on two minors, one in Analytics and another as a part of the University Honors Program. With an expected graduation year of 2025, Michael’s academic journey is marked

Student Spotlight – Kate Miller, ’24 Go for it, get that interview, and smile consistently along the way! 

June 8, 2021 by | Argyros School Career Center

My name is Kate Miller, and I’m a current freshman double majoring in Business Administration (emphasis in Finance) and Economics with a minor in Analytics. This summer, I’ll be working at Stratos Wealth Partners as a Finance Intern. Stratos emphasizes entrepreneurship within the field of financial advising and aims to provide valuable resources to both

Distinguished Speaker Series with Anand K. Nallathambi How to Find Success in a Data-Driven World

April 14, 2016 by | Argyros School News

Operating in this new big data-driven world, corporations and individuals find themselves faced with the challenge of navigating through massive amounts of information, making sense of it, and applying it to improve their business. While data comes more easily, it is much more complex. Mr. Anand K. Nallathambi shared his insights into how students can create value

Chapman MBA Ranked #81, Top Business Schools Another Move up for The Argyros School

March 17, 2016 by | Uncategorized

US News and World Report published their list of the 2017 Best Business Schools, and Chapman’s Full Time MBA program jumped two spots, up to #81 from #83 in the previous year.  The ranking methodology includes a variety of factors like student selectivity, employment outcomes, salaries, recruiter assessment and peer assessment.  We congratulate all of our faculty,

Philanthropy at work in the Argyros School

February 26, 2015 by | Uncategorized

The Argyros School of Business and Economics is truly grateful that it has exceptional, devoted donors—who truly believe in the current and future success of this school.  Really, the importance of philanthropy simply comes down to choosing to invest in something beneficial for the future.  There are many ways a person can make a positive

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