Hot New M.B.A.: Supply-Chain Management (June 2013 - Wall Street Journal)
Mary Ma, Director of the International Trade Center at GSU, attended the "Doing Business in Asia Forum” in Washington D.C. on May 20, 2013
CN Fellowships now available for Online MBA in Supply Chain cohort
MPA Information Session in Lockport on June 17th 6-8pm
CBPA Graduate Information Session (main campus) July 17th from 6-7:30pm
Prerequisites are Important (Memo from the Dean January 2013)
APICS Chicago Chapter March's Professional Development Meeting: Change Management in Operations was held at GSU on March 26, 2013.
GSU Develops Global Mindset for New Demographics - Article by Dr. Jun Zhao
Dr. Stephen Wagner selected as Louis O. Kelso Fellowship awarded by the School of Management and Labor Relations at Rutgers University for the 2013-2014 academic year.
Fall 2012 CBPA Newsletter
CN Railroad Gift Will Support Innovative GSU Online MBA Program (November 2012)
MPA program reaccredted by NASPAA for another six years
CBPA welcomes new faculty members for Fall 2012
New Online Supply Chain Management MBA Cohort forming now
MPA graduate named Chief of Police for Prairie State College
GSU's Veterans Entrepreneurial Boot Camps news hits the press
Scholarship Opportunities for CBPA Students for Fall 2012
Assistant Professor of Accounting Brian McKenna, J.D. has published “Health Care Reform: the Constitutional Challenge to the Individual Mandate” in the May 2011 Illinois State Bar Association Journal
Dr. Gokce Sargut, an Assistant Professor of Management, has been published in the September-October Harvard Business Review!
CBPA Accounting Graduate wins Elijah Watt Sells Award for CPA Exam Score
CBPAs five year partnership with The Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business
New Entrepreneurship courses
New Supply Chain Management courses
More CBPA News and Events
Message from the Dean
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