Photo: Students from the MBA Class of 2017 after their Commencement Ceremony. This post originally appeared on WilmingtonBiz.com on August 6, 2019.
In August 2018 the Cameron School of Business launched a fully online MBA program. The goal of the new program was to extend the reach and impact of the Cameron School within the State of North Carolina.
By Mel Beasley, CSB Marketing Assistant
What kind of degree is the IMBA?
An IMBA features all the academic requirements and painstaking training of a typical MBA, but with greater focus on global business cultures and practices. This essential combination provides business professionals with a firm foundation in international leadership and acts as a strong propellant to a student’s career prospects.
Life's greatest passion and most rewarding task is one's ability to give to their community and make an impact. My community is one that I grew up in, one that my family has been a part of for generations, and one that has given so much to me. Other people may not have that connection to the community they currently serve, but the community is one that gives to you. So why should you give back to your community? Here are my top three reasons:
By: Alisha Browne, Web Developer and Marketing Coordinator for CSB (This article originally appeared on WilmingtonBiz.com Insights Blog on July 1, 2018)
When JC Lyle '18M thinks of housing, she thinks of more than a roof and four walls – she sees every house as a home; a refuge from the world, and somewhere that should be welcoming, comfortable and safe.
Business skills and knowledge can apply to countless opportunities, and obtaining a master’s degree can lead to several career paths within or beyond the business world.
If you’re considering a graduate degree in business, you should know what you want to do with the degree and you should ask yourself why.
March 2017 Editor's Note: This post was originally published in October 2016 and has been updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.
Guest Blogger: Dean Robert T. Burrus, Jr., Cameron School of Business
Cameron is now proud to offer an online Executive MBA program. This is an exciting opportunity for Cameron to meet the needs of individuals and firms in the region and, beyond that, their desire to develop the knowledge and skills needed to lead in a fast paced business environment.
March 2017 Editor's Note: This post was originally published in September 2016.
How do you feel about your educational experience at Cameron School of Business?
I enjoyed every part of my experience at UNCW and at CSB; the instructors at CSB were probably my favorite part...I felt instructors were informative, challenging, yet, “down to earth.” I could tell many of them had a passion for teaching and my learnings at CSB have transitioned well to the success in my professional career. P.S. - I heard they made a mandatory “shoes, or at least flip flop and shirt” rule in recent years? That was cool when they didn’t have that rule...but I understand.
March 2017 Editor's Note: This post was originally published in August 2016 and has been updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.
When life gives you lemons, you…present to a team of celebrity judges? This is what the incoming cohort of the MBA Program at the Cameron School of Business was tasked with on August 20th. On Saturday, 37 of the 43 Cameron School of Business Professional MBA candidates participated in their program orientation at UNCW. This year’s orientation was unique, featuring celebrity judges Judy Girard, Co-founder of GLOW (Girls Leadership Academy of Wilmington) and President Emeritus of Food Network, HGTV and Lifetime Network; Cynthia Ferich, TV Chef on WBTV News, Educator, and Author; Bo Perkins, Celebrity Chef and Founder of Addiction Hot Sauces; and Hoop Morgan, Founder and Chairman of the Forte Institute.