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This is the latest presentation that I did with one of our graduate assistants in January 2013. ...

This is the latest presentation that I did with one of our graduate assistants in January 2013.

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16 month mba session 1 24-13 16 month mba session 1 24-13 Presentation Transcript

  • START HERE. GO ANYWHERE. Eberhardt 16-month MBA Information Session Presenters: Chris Lozano Rebecca Teichmann go.pacific.edu/mba
  • Welcome to the MBA Information Session  16-month Full-time MBA Program  MBA elective areas  MBA Application and Admission Criteria  Costs and Financial Assistance  Questions & Answers
  • Student Introductions Name Year in School (Sophomore, Junior, etc. ) Undergraduate major/ concentration/ minors Reasons for considering an MBA MBA elective area interest, if known One key question you would like us to answer
  • Your questions How does the PharmD MBA program work? If applicable to this session I have already taken the GRE for graduate school, can I use those scores instead of the GMAT? Paying for my MBA and financial aid information. Is the GMAT Required for ESB undergrads? What are the financial aid packages/scholarship opportunities? at Pacific? MBA in general? Where would the abroad trip be?
  • Key Skills Sought by US MBA Employers  Accomplish Goals  Solve Problems  Manage Tasks  Improve Efficiencies  Plan Details  Innovate  Ask Why  Effect Change  Take Risks Source: GMAC Corporate Recruiters Survey- March 2012
  • Prerequisites Microeconomics – Econ 53* Macroeconomics – Econ 55* Probability and Statistics – Math 37* Business or General Calculus – Math 45* Completion of a Bachelor’s Degree Suggested electives (based on space in your schedule) *AP units or equivalent course are also acceptable
  • First Term: Applied Business Principles- 16 month MBAWeek 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Mgmt. Info. Systems MW 4:00-6:30 pm Marketing Managerial Economics MODULES - 17 Units Total TR 3:30-6:00 pm MW 4:00-6:30 pm Assessment Testing MBA Orientation Accounting for Managers Finance MW 12:30-3:00 pm MW 12:30-3:00 pm Data and Decisions Mgmt. & Org. Behavior TR 12:30-3:30 pm TR 12:30-3:00 pm Career Development T 10:00-11:30 am Associate Dean’s Seminar T 6:30-8:30 pm
  • Final Year Academic Calendar- 16-month MBA Spring Term May-Jun Jun-Aug Fall Term 15 units 3 units 18 units Corporate Finance Leadership Global Marketing Corporate Responsibility Entrepreneurial Global Business Required MBA Management Competition Internship Negotiation Quality & Productivity Strategic Management Track Elective 3 Track Electives
  • MBA Program Elective Areas  Healthcare Management  Sport Management  Finance  Marketing  Entrepreneurship
  • Career Management Services for MBAs MBA Career Development Module Individual Career Management Planning with dedicated career professionals Required MBA Internship for 16-month MBA program Focus on mastering critical tactical skills necessary for career success and to manage your career
  • International Experience Each year, the Global Business Competition course travels abroad for a two-week period of intensive instruction.1997 - Singapore and Malaysia 2006 & 2007 - Taipei, Taiwan1998 – Chile 2008 - Taiwan and Hong Kong1999 – Spain 2009 - Panama and Costa Rica2000 – Ireland 2010 - London, England2001 - U.K. and France 2011 - Istanbul, Turkey2002 - Estonia and Finland 2012 - Shanghai and Beijing2003 to 2005 - E.M. Lyon 2013 - Shanghai and Hong Kong
  • How to Apply Online Application available at MBA website Application is free to all applicants Fall Deadlines Fall 2014 - January 15 (Priority Review) - March 1 (On-time) Merit-based Assistance All students meeting the January 15 deadline will have priority review for scholarship and/or a graduate assistantship upon acceptance. Decisions will be announced on a rolling basis.
  • APPLICATION ELEMENTS Application form and Resume 2 Personal Statements Official Transcripts (all Universities attended) Letters of Recommendation (2 recommended) Official GMAT (or GRE) Scores- waived for Eberhardt students with a 3.7 upper-division GPA Application Fee - waived for Pacific students Interview (by invitation only)
  • ADMISSIONS CRITERIA Academic Record (Grade trends, curriculum) GMAT (or GRE) Scores Work/Volunteer experience Personal Statements Recommendations Interviews (if required) MBA Admissions Formula Score
  • 2012 New MBA Student Profile GPA Average: 3.39 (Range 2.85-3.78) GMAT Average: 590 (Range 530-680) Average Age: 23.6 (Range 20 to 35) Average Experience: 1.2 years (Range 0 to 12) International: 32% (Up from 30% in ‘11) Female: 58% (Up from 24% in ‘11)
  • 16-month Program Costs (AY 2012-13)Tuition- $1,181/ unit $ 62,500.00Health Center Fee (9+) $ 360.00ASUOP & Activity Fees (9+) $ 480.00Travel Costs (est.)* $ 3,000.00Books & Personal (est.)* $ 7,500.00TOTAL COSTS $ 73,850.00*Costs vary by location and required texts
  • Scholarships and Assistantships Eberhardt Merit Scholarships  Joseph Kaeslin Memorial Endowed Scholarship  Edward M. Nagel Scholarships  Robert and Frances Ferguson MBA Endowed Scholarship  Credit Bureau of San Joaquin Endowed Scholarship  Marian & George Malloy Endowed MBA Scholarship  Fletcher Jones Foundation Scholarship (New- Entrepreneurship) MBA Merit-Based Graduate Assistantships  1/3 Tuition Assistantship  1/2 Tuition Eberhardt Scholars Assistantship
  • Time for some Q & A
  • Coming Soon! Master of Accounting Degree  12-monthprogram for Accounting majors  Designed to meet new CA CPA licensure requirements incl. 150 hour education units Part-time Flex Option for MBA  Built on structure of full-time MBA  Designed as 3+ year program but flexible
  • For more informationCall: 209.946.2629 or 800.952.3179E-mail: mba@pacific.eduWeb: go.pacific.edu/mbaOffice: Weber Hall, Suite 206
  • START HERE. GO ANYWHERE. Eberhardt School of Business go.pacific.edu/mba
  • Why the Eberhardt MBA ? 16-month AACSB accredited program No experience requirement  Required internship and projects provide real-world business experiences Undergraduate business degree not required  16-week Applied Business Principles course provides basic business education and business plan development Advanced management training with opportunity for individual focus in one of five specialized tracks International study experience Dedicated MBA Career Management staff Small Interactive Classes (Average - about 20) Dual & Cooperative Programs: JD/MBA, PharmD/MBA & Peace Corps