Rollins MBA Encourages Unconventional Business Career Paths

March 1, 2011 – Rollins MBA is pleased to announce that they are now accepting the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) for admissions. Unlike many programs, Rollins MBA does not require students to take prerequisite courses once accepted. The case-oriented structure of the Rollins MBA combined with a low student/professor ratio permits a great deal of interaction between students and instructors. This unique approach contributes to the schools appeal as a learning environment for both traditional and non-traditional business school candidates.

“A major benefit of the Rollins MBA experience is that we carefully put together teams made up of students from diverse educational and professional backgrounds,” said Jackie Brito, assistant dean, Rollins MBA. “For instance, one team could be composed of a finance major, and economics major, someone who worked in the studio arts, a marketing major and a philosophy major. This broad skill set helps to enhance the experience inside and outside of the classroom.”

Rollins MBA delivers a competitive and focused program aimed at teaching students to work collaboratively across functional areas which enables them to be better problem solvers. Because the program can be rigorous for students who did not take business classes as an undergrad, Rollins MBA offers additional help such as “Finance Lab” that is staffed by professors as a resource for students struggling with the quantitative finance requirements of their classes.

Rollins MBA provides top-quality graduate and continuing education for professionals ranging in age and experience from recent college graduates to seasoned executives.


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