An Analysis of Orientation Programs for Entering MBA Students to Shape Graduate Education

Sherman, W. Scott
June 2013
SAM Advanced Management Journal (07497075);Summer2013, Vol. 78 Issue 3, p38
Academic Journal
The article focuses on a research project which examines Masters of Business Administration (MBA) orientation programs to help in the success of new students. It emphasizes on the improvement of student admissions and retention and the MBA educational experience. It discusses several studies related to MBA orientation programs which focus on academic and social integration of students. It presents a survey questionnaire on MBA orientation programs.


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