Finishing my first year as a graduate student of the Argyros School of Business & Economics, I have learned a lot, including a deeper understanding of the word “service.” This comes following my time serving in the Navy and following my first year of pursuing my MBA degree. While most of us believe “service” is
U. S. News and World Report recently released rankings for the Best Graduate Business School, and the full-time MBA program at Chapman was named No. 83 nationwide and No. 8 in California, which makes this the highest achievement for this program to date. The last time the full-time MBA program was mentioned by U.S. News
Since its inception in 1985, Microsoft Excel continues to be the most popular spreadsheet programming tool known to the computing world. Over the years, Excel has gone through several major updates to support data collection, chart formulation and statistical functions. By focusing on the end user experience, Excel separated itself from competitors by being the
December 17, 2014, our country lost a great man, my grandfather Joseph Francis Dubel. I may be a little biased because he was my grandfather, but I truly believe he was a great American. When I attended his celebration of life with my family, I tried to speak about him. How can anyone in words
Did you know that Chapman University has a sister school in Prague, Czech Republic called Anglo-American University? This is where many students, domestic and international, can acquire a Prague MBA or an International MBA from the Argyros School of Business and Economics from Chapman University. This partnership also allows MBA students from California to take classes at Anglo-American
The MBA Association threw together yet another successful event this past Saturday at the Angels Tailgate and Game. The event sold out and there was a perfect blend of student, alumni, and faculty in attendance. To top it off, the game even went into extra innings! There was a slight spin on this event in comparison to
ORANGE, Calif. – Chapman University has become the first university in Orange County to announce a partnership with the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. The partnership is spearheaded specifically by the MBA Alumni Association of the Argyros School of Business and Economics, and is part of Chapman’s growing interest in the health sciences.
This blog regularly profiles students at the Argyros School of Business and Economics. This week, we talk to Jun Lee, who will graduate from Chapman’s Full Time MBA program in 2014. Name: A: JUN YONG LEE Graduating Year: A: 2014 Program here at the Argyros School of Business and Economics (ASBE): A: Full Time MBA