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Auburn University is a comprehensive land-grant university (chartered in 1856) located 100 miles from Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. The campus offers many opportunities for cultural diversity, arts, entertainment, nationally ranked sports teams, and outdoor recreation. A student body of 23,000 blends well with the area population of 50,000 citizens who work in the many small- and medium-size companies, which employ the area's educated, diverse, and skilled workforce. The Auburn MBA program is relatively small, with fewer than 50 new students admitted each fall semester. Financial aid is offered in the form of graduate research assistantships and merit-based scholarships. Visiting corporate executives, career fairs, and corporate recruiters present networking and career placement opportunities. The College of Business is housed in the state-of-the-art Lowder Business Building, which offers wireless technologies and modern classrooms that support an outstanding faculty. Auburn's MBA program has received accreditation from AACSB-International since 1980. Typical graduates pursue successful careers in multinational firms, financial institutions, and manufacturing firms, and often aspire to start their own businesses. The competitive admissions process values GMAT scores, previous academic accomplishments, work experience, and proven leadership skillsShow all programs with College of Business at the Auburn University
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I'm a soon-to-be graduate of the Auburn EMBA program and I wanted reflect on the experience and provide would-be applicants with some insight into the experience. First, you will not find a better value out there! Tuition for an executive program is reasonable. Student body is very diverse and what I liked most is that there were a lot of sma...
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