Master of Business Administration

Master of Business Administration, New Orleans, Programs

It’s that time of  year.  The first major parading weekend of Mardi Gras kicks off Friday

It’s that time of  year.  The first major parading weekend of Mardi Gras kicks off Friday.  Parades are set to roll through Uptown New Orleans all weekend.  Warm weather (highs in the 70s) will undoubtedly mean huge crows on St. Charles Ave.  Photo courtesy NOLA.com.

February 24, 2011 ×

Energy, Entrepreneurship, Master of Business Administration, Programs

Honor in the Face of Fire

Freeman School’s Burkenroad Institute hosted its annual symposium yesterday; this year the theme was “Honor in the Face of Fire.”  The Symposium publicity material (see above) looked pretty severe, so I wasn’t quite sure what to expect.  As it turns out, all speakers gave very interesting presentations about business ethics, […]

February 19, 2011 ×

Entrepreneurship, Master of Business Administration, New Orleans, Programs

Be Part of the Brain Gain

It’s no secret that many Tulane students come to New Orleans, enjoy their college experience, and go back home.  With a large population of students from the East and West coasts, that’s bound to happen. As the economy continues to affect new jobs in the country’s bigger cities, many Tulane […]

February 15, 2011 ×

Master of Business Administration, New Orleans, Programs

Thursday and Friday, the Career Management Center at the business school sponsored its annual Fre

Thursday and Friday, the Career Management Center at the business school sponsored its annual Freeman Days: New Orleans event.  Freeman Days kicked-off Thursday night with a speed networking event at the World War I Museum’s Stage Door Canteen Restaurant, followed by a Student-Alumni Networking event.  Friday, local and national businesses […]

February 14, 2011 ×

Master of Business Administration, New Orleans, Programs

New Orleans is Special

Once you move to New Orleans, it’s impossible to not feel like you’ve become part of a special secret society that is wholly New Orleans. This “specialness” is due in large part to many things that are uniquely New Orleans. And while you may never reach the upper echelon of […]

February 8, 2011 ×

Master of Business Administration, New Orleans, Programs

Magazine Street is one of Uptown New Orleans’ major shopping thoroughfares.  The shops, re

Magazine Street is one of Uptown New Orleans’ major shopping thoroughfares.  The shops, restaurants and bars lining Magazine with a uniquely local flare are one of the reasons why more New Orleanians spend their dollars with independent businesses.

February 3, 2011 ×

Master of Business Administration, New Orleans, Programs

New Orleans : Indie City

New Orleans is not a great city because it has the fanciest malls, the most popular chain restaurants or easy access to big box stores – because it doesn’t.  It’s a great city for what sets it apart. A new study now proves that New Orleanians do more of their […]

February 3, 2011 ×

Finance, Master of Business Administration, Programs

Derivatives

I understand that I expose myself as both a nerd and a pre B-school “non-finance” person when I say this, but up until just a few weeks ago, my knowledge of derivatives came mostly from listening to This American Life’s Planet Money episodes about the recent economic downturn.  Then came […]

January 31, 2011 ×

Entrepreneurship, Master of Business Administration, Programs

Marketing Planning and Implementation

So, figured I would take this opportunity to tell you about Marketing Planning and Implementation, one of the classes that I am taking this spring.  Our major grade for the class is based on a semester-long group marketing project.  For the project, groups of students partner with a local business […]

January 24, 2011 ×

Experience, Master of Business Administration, New Orleans, Programs

The interior of a New Orleans Streetcar. Some days this is my view on the way to Tulane!

The interior of a New Orleans Streetcar.  Some days this is my view on the way to Tulane!

January 17, 2011 ×