Experience

Some benefits of dual degrees

Making the decision to get a dual degree, whether it be MD/MBA, JD/MBA, or any other combination is not one that comes easily. There are numerous factors to consider: the additional time; the additional coursework; the additional front end cost; the opportunity cost of another year out of the working […]

April 28, 2016 ×

International Student Consulting

The Tulane MBA program at Tulane University provides students a wonderful opportunity to grow academically and culturally. Perhaps some of the most rewarding experiences I had as a JD/MBA candidate at Tulane were in the built-in International Business Concentration. Each student who completes the MBA program receives a concentration in International […]

April 28, 2016 ×
Tulane Students Visit Houston for NGL Feedstocks and Derivatives Conference

Tulane Students Visit Houston for NGL Feedstocks and Derivatives Conference

Now for those unfamiliar with the industry, NGL stands for Natural Gas Liquids and is a blanket term used to describe a series of hydrocarbons including ethane, propane, butane, isobutane, and natural gasoline. This two-day event was designed to break down the global demand within these NGL feedstocks and provide […]

March 8, 2016 ×
Real World Ready

Real World Ready

Hi there! I’m Katherine Klagholz from Monroe, LA and I graduated from Tulane in May 2015 with a double major in Political Science and International Development and a minor in Social Innovation/Social Entrepreneurship. As a current Master of Management student, I can fully say that this program has been a […]

January 13, 2016 ×
International Business and the India Experience

International Business and the India Experience

The MMG trip to India for our global business class was by far one of my highlights of 2015. After spending all of fall semester studying and developing sustainable business plans and learning how such projects could be implemented, I was excited to finally experience the real thing in India. […]

January 13, 2016 ×
First Semester: Christine Swinson

First Semester: Christine Swinson

When I think back to fall of my senior year of undergraduate I remember many of my friends were beginning to apply for jobs while others had already accepted positions and I was thinking of taking a completely different route. I didn’t feel quite ready to enter the “real world” […]

January 11, 2016 ×
A Week In Bangalore

A Week In Bangalore

Our trip to India was both exciting and interesting. With the help of some Freeman school connections, our professors were able to plan numerous company visits throughout the city of Bangalore, each providing us with new insights into global business operations within India. Despite some last minute changes, due to flooding […]

January 7, 2016 ×
India: A Place to Remember

India: A Place to Remember

While most Tulane students were preparing for finals, the MMG students were flying to India as part of our Economic Environment of Global Business class. We spent about a week in Bangalore, India, exploring the city and visiting companies to have a better understanding of global business. The city was […]

January 6, 2016 ×
Leadership, Teamwork, and Business

Leadership, Teamwork, and Business

The MMG Program was my first contact with Tulane and the A.B. Freeman School of Business. I graduated from Xavier University of Louisiana and most of my classmates in this program were Tulane graduates. So unlike most of my peers, stepping onto campus that first day for orientation was similar […]

January 6, 2016 ×
Student Experience: Markea Gilbert

Student Experience: Markea Gilbert

When I was an undergraduate senior about to graduate with a bachelor’s degree in business management, I was introduced to the Master of Management program by a professor. I had not seriously thought about attending graduate school, but the professor made it seem like a good idea so I started […]

January 5, 2016 ×