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MBA program looking for community partners

Laurinburg, N.C. - The Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) program is seeking organizations ranging from small business and non-profits to medium and large size companies to work with the students on a 20-24 week practicum.

“As a part of our MBA program, students are required to complete a consulting project providing professional career-related business experience,” said Robert J. Hopkins, vice president for Academic Affairs. “It is designed to synthesize knowledge and direct it towards the investigation of a specific problem. The consulting project will be considered and staffed according to client needs and the constraints of the course.”

Organizations interested in partnering with St. Andrews and its students are encouraged to complete the brief preliminary application online at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SAUMBA by July 15.

“In cooperation with SAU Practicum Coordinator Wayne Freeman, MBA student teams will select the organizations and projects that are most closely aligned with the objectives of the student team,” said Hopkins. “We expect to select three or four organizations to participate in the practicum.”

To gain additional insights into this opportunity, contact MBA Practicum Coordinator Wayne Freeman at 910-318-1638 or freemanew@sapc.edu or Practicum Consultant Corinne Nicholson at 910-277-5249 or cln@sapc.edu.


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