MBA Students: MBUS 699 advising note – If you wish to register for multiple 699 courses, you will receive an error on Zagweb. Email your advisor with the below list of information to complete registration.
CRN of the course or courses you would like to add
Scholarships: June 1st – Application deadline for Scholarships (info here) July 1st – Application deadline for Graduate Assistantships (info here)
Course Evaluations: Please fill out course evaluations on Zagweb during the last two weeks of MBA & MAcc classes. These evaluations provide important feedback to the program and faculty about the curriculum. If course evaluations are not available, be sure to inform your professor and/or Adriane Leithauser.
Have You Moved or Changed Email Accounts? Email Iveth Canales at email@example.com your updated contact information (email address, address, employment information). Please note that all current students are expected to check their Zagmail accounts; however, we are able to update your preferred secondary email address.
The Graduate School of Business is organized by “block” scheduling. Core classes are arranged into groups or “blocks.” Each block of classes will be offered on a specific day and will rotate through fall and spring semesters. One class in each block will be offered during the daytime, which means we will have one daytime class per day, Monday – Thursday. The only time a class may not be offered is if a professor is on sabbatical or teaching abroad.
Attention MBA students: If Adriane Leithauser is your primary advisor, please note that she will be out of the office this summer from June 17 to August 17. During this time, please direct your advising questions to Dr. Stevens – firstname.lastname@example.org – 509-313-7044
The alumni network is one of the top benefits from earning your masters degree from Gonzaga. There are many successful alumni from the Gonzaga MBA and MAcc programs, including those featured in these videos. Get to know your alumni network!
The Gonzaga University School of Business is now hiring for a new Sophomore Academic Advisor. This is a part-time job, for roughly 20 hours a week. This person will provide part-time academic advising to sophomore students enrolled in the School of Business with the goal of admission to upper division business courses; promote student success and retention.
Say hello to the new Gonzaga University School of Business Administration Finance Lab! Finance professor, Dr. Morscheck said, “I’m most excited about giving our students exposure to real-world investment tools, and real-time market data (faster than Bloomberg gets it!). Using the trading lab to analyze real companies and real-time market data will definitely help students make a deeper, more personal connection with the material they learn about in class. This is going to greatly improve their career prospects after graduation.”
nerdwallet.com – The best professors do more than teach. They leave impressions on our lives that change the way we think, work and view the world around us. These 40 professors are doing just that, demonstrating the difference between good and great. Chosen based on nominations from their students, alumni and faculty colleagues, these women and men — not that much older than their students — are inspiring the young adults of today to be the world leaders and thinkers of tomorrow.
This year, MAcc Professor;Andrew Brajcich J.D., LL.M., CPA was named to the list by nerdwallet – READ MORE HERE
SPOKANE, Wash. – U.S. News & World Report ranks Gonzaga University’s Master of Business Administration program the 81st best part-time MBA program in the nation – an increase from its No. 85 ranking last year. Gonzaga’s part-time MBA program is one of three in the state of Washington to achieve the book’s top-100 ranking – and is the only part-time MBA program in Eastern Washington to be nationally ranked.
This marks the sixth consecutive year the program has earned a top-100 ranking from the publication. The rankings, released today, are in U.S. News’ 2016 edition of the book “Best Graduate Schools.” View the list online. Continue reading →