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  16. <title>Jobs for Masters in Business Administration</title>
  17. <description>Considering a Master’s in Business Administration but not sure what career opportunities await? The MBA can lead to jobs in multiple sectors, including retail, education, government and private business. Important skills, such ...</description>
  18. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<img src="/img/masters_of_business_administration_jobs_1.jpg" alt="Bachelor in Healthcare" align="left" /><p>Considering a Master’s in Business Administration but not sure what career opportunities await? The MBA can lead to jobs in multiple sectors, including retail, education, government and private business. Important skills, such as clear communication, decision making and organization, can set the cornerstone for a successful business career and higher salary. Here you will find a list of popular career choices for a Master’s Degree in Business Administration. Accountant – An accountant is a person who is in charge of maintaining, editing and reporting private or public financial records in accordance with governmental regulations. Average Salary: $67, 190 Accounts Payable Professional – An accounts payable professional maintains businesses liabilities (bills), keeps track of important information, such as when they are paid, determines new payables, and administers expense accounts. Average Salary: $37, 250 Accounts Receivable Clerk – An accounts receivable clerk is responsible for performing a variety of tasks including a strict record keeping of accounts receivable for a business, preparing invoices and bills and handling expenses and client inquiries. Average Salary: $38, 910 Acquisitions Tax Manager – An acquisitions tax manager is a higher level of the accounting team who is responsible for taxes of property acquisitions management during company purchases. Average Salary: $117, 990 Agency Underwriter – An agency underwriter serves as a commercial insurance products retailer who also provides insurance policies and coverage for small or medium sized businesses. Average Salary: $65, 040 Appraiser – An appraiser is a real-estate professional trained in providing a property’s (home or business) estimated value. Average Salary: $51, 860 Bank Compliance Officer – A bank compliance officer keeps track of all accounting, lending and investments made within a bank according to federal regulations. Average Salary: $76, 580 Banker – A banker is responsible for monitoring financial activities, establishing positive customer relations and dealing with private and corporate customers in retail or commercial banking offices. Average Salary: $51, 540 Benefits and Compensation Manager – Benefits and compensation managers oversee programs to determine how much an organization pays its employees and plan the benefits that employees may be eligible for, such as health insurance and retirement plans. Average Salary: $111, 430 Billing Clerk – Billing clerks work in private or commercial businesses and keep track of how much money customers owe a business, then calculate and prepare the customers’ bills. Average Salary: $36, 300 Biomedical Technician – A biomedical technician, or medical repairer, works to repair various medical equipment such as defibrillators, heart monitors, electric wheelchairs and ventilators. Average Salary: $46, 340 Bookkeeper – Bookkeepers maintain financial records, typically in the form of ledgers for a business, and perform basic accounting tasks. Average Salary: $38, 910 Budget Analyst – Budget analysts work with organizations to create, analyze and execute business budgets for private, government or nonprofit businesses. Average Salary: $71, 590 Business Management Analyst – Management analysts identify and propose ways that a company can improve their efficiency, the help make organizations more profitable by reducing costs and increasing revenues. Average Salary: $81, 320 Certified Personal Financial Planner – Certified financial planners work with clients to determine how they can meet lifelong financial goals through various management techniques. Average Salary: $89, 160 Chief Financial Officer – The chief administrative officer leads an organization and must oversee various operations including finance, manufacturing, research and development, marketing and property management. Average Salary: $309, 420 Chief Lending Officer – Chief lending officers supervise bank, savings institutions or credit unions staff members and develop loans. Average Salary: $171, 593</p>]]></content:encoded>
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  25. <title>Free online Administration courses</title>
  26. <description>A successful healthcare system relies on a the coordinated efforts of many professionals. Doctors, specialists, nurses, and individuals not directly involved in the delivery of healthcare — such as billing, coding, and finance ...</description>
  27. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<img src="/img/learn_business_administration_online_for_free.jpg" alt="Learn-Business-Administration" align="left" /><p>A successful healthcare system relies on a the coordinated efforts of many professionals. Doctors, specialists, nurses, and individuals not directly involved in the delivery of healthcare — such as billing, coding, and finance professionals — provide intricately related services. Thankfully, the entire academic arena of healthcare administration is dedicated to organizing and continually improving the industry. Students can preview this dynamic field through an array of free online healthcare administration courses. Administrators are charged with both day-to-day decisions and long-term business strategies. Some are responsible for policy decisions, others for department management and others take on human resources too, all wrapped into one job description. The nature of this dynamic profession ensures no two days will be the same. The Princeton Review describes healthcare administrators as those who coordinate the delivery of care and assist in the management of health facilities. Sometimes called medical and health services managers or healthcare executives, the role of these professionals will vary depending on the size and type of the healthcare organization. According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics (BLS), healthcare administrators might manage an entire facility or oversee a specific clinical area or department, such as nursing, surgery, physical therapy, cardiology, or gerontology. A nursing home administrator might be tasked with staff management, admissions, finances, facility administration and providing care to residents. A bigger hospital will have subsets of managers or assistant administrators in specific departments. Sample Courses The bachelor’s curriculum for a healthcare administration degree will encompass a breadth of classes relating to management for the practice, skills, and attitudes of healthcare organizations. Many programs also ask students to apply their newly acquired knowledge in an internship or practicum experience. The following courses are required for healthcare administration bachelor’s programs around the country: Legal Healthcare Law Healthcare Employment Law Healthcare organization Intro to Healthcare Organizations Healthcare Supervision Healthcare Information Systems Management and Organizational Behavior Healthcare Human Resources Healthcare Finance Medical Healthcare Quality Improvement and Patient Care Psychology of Aging Healthcare for the Elderly Ambulatory Care Services: Organization and Administration Misc. Public and Community Health Healthcare Ethics Contemporary Issues in Public Safety Concepts and Issues in Public Planning Healthcare Administration History, Culture, and Language Statistical Methods for Health Science Research Possible Specializations Students who pursue healthcare degrees at the graduate level will see increased options for specialization. Most often, students can focus in areas that match certain kinds of medical or healthcare facilities, such as mental health centers, group medical practices, or hospitals. In addition, students at certain universities can pursue specialized master’s degrees that combine healthcare administration with another complementary field. Master of Health Services Administration degrees are geared toward the organization, financing, marketing, and management of health care institutions. Those who enroll in Master of Public Health programs, which take a more holistic approach to all the factors that influence healthcare, often find work in the public sector. Some schools even offer an MBA in Healthcare Administration that incorporate much-needed business skills into the curriculum. Degree Types The BLS states that a bachelor’s in healthcare administration is typically the minimum requirement for positions in the healthcare sector, but most entry-level employees come equipped with at least a master’s in healthcare administration. There are many different associate degrees with a focus in healthcare administration, but most entry-level positions would require the student to transfer their associate credits to obtain a four-year degree. A Ph.D. in healthcare administration enables administrators to pursue teaching, researcher, or consultant roles. While a bachelor’s or master’s degree program is the most common educational pathway to the profession, those with healthcare experience may be able to advance into the profession through on-the-job experience, or experience coupled with an associate in healthcare administration or a certificate in the field. For example, a nurse or physical therapist might have a credential from the field, and then advance into a management position over-time. Ideal Candidates for Healthcare Professionals need a variety of skills to succeed in this fast-paced, complex industry. The BLS suggests strong analytical skills are important for understanding and adapting to changing regulations. Strong interpersonal and communication skills are critical since an administrator must work effectively with a variety of health professionals. Detail-oriented problem solvers will also have a leg up in the field. Career Pathway Employment of medical and health services managers is expected to grow 22 percent from 2010 to 2020. Demand will be greatest in areas that serve the aging generation of baby boomers, such as nursing care administrators. Pay varies a lot depending on organization size, but it is a generally well-paid profession: in May 2010, the median salary for medical and health services managers was $84, 270. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $52, 000 and the top 10 percent earned more than $144, 000, according to the BLS. Use this guide as a jumping off point in your research into the field. Shadow a professional, spend time volunteering and talk to university admissions or guidance counselors to figure out the best academic pathway for reaching your career goals.</p>]]></content:encoded>
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  35. <description>You’ll pay the same low, flat-rate tuition each 6-month term, regardless of how many courses you complete. If you accelerate your degree program, you’ll pay less for your degree. The following hypothetical students illustrate ...</description>
  36. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<img src="/img/top_15_cheap_online_masters_in.jpg" alt="National-University-Online" align="left" /><p>You’ll pay the same low, flat-rate tuition each 6-month term, regardless of how many courses you complete. If you accelerate your degree program, you’ll pay less for your degree. The following hypothetical students illustrate two common scenarios for the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program: Tuition and Fees For this program, a full course load is 8 competency units (credit hours) per term – each course generally represents three or four competency units. Because we allow you to complete extra courses at no extra cost, you may be able to increase the value of your program by dedicating extra time to your studies. $3...</p>]]></content:encoded>
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  43. <title>Richmond Business School rankings</title>
  44. <description>The Robins School of Business fell 30 places, from No. 16 to No. 46, in the Bloomberg Businessweek Undergraduate Business School rankings released online Tuesday morning. Jim Monks, the associate dean of undergraduate business ...</description>
  45. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<img src="/img/university_of_richmond_overall_rankings_us.jpg" alt="University of Richmond Overall" align="left" /><p>The Robins School of Business fell 30 places, from No. 16 to No. 46, in the Bloomberg Businessweek Undergraduate Business School rankings released online Tuesday morning. Jim Monks, the associate dean of undergraduate business programs, wrote in an email that the drastic change in ranking is in part because of a new methodology used by Bloomberg, which places a higher emphasis on employer rankings. “We have never scored well on the Employer Survey, as many of our top employers refuse to participate, ” Monks wrote. “T...</p>]]></content:encoded>
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  52. <title>Notre Dame University Business School</title>
  53. <description>Notre Dame First-Year Applicants Interested in Majoring in Business Students at Notre Dame are admitted to the University’s First Year of Studies, not to an individual school or college. However, upon application to Notre Dame ...</description>
  54. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<img src="/img/university_of_notre_dame_indiana_and.jpg" alt="University of notre dame" align="left" /><p>Notre Dame First-Year Applicants Interested in Majoring in Business Students at Notre Dame are admitted to the University’s First Year of Studies, not to an individual school or college. However, upon application to Notre Dame, all students are asked to make a non-binding indication of the college or school and specific major or discipline in which they intend to major. Applicants who indicate an intent to enroll into the Mendoza College of Business will be informed at the time of admission, whether they are “preapproved” to do so at the end of their first year. If admitted but not preapproved, students will be advised that they will be free to enroll in any other college or school, but that the chances of being approved to major in business after the first year will be limited. If a student who is preapproved to major in business later decides not to do so, she or he will be free to choose a major in any other college or school at Notre Dame (assuming they have completed the appropriate prerequisite courses). Notre Dame is the first choice college for most of our applicants, and we anticipate that many who indicate a business intent on their applications will opt to enroll here without the preapproved status and seek other majors. After the first year, a small number of students who were not preapproved to major in business, will be allowed to do so. This number will include both students currently matriculated at Notre Dame as well as some students applying to Notre Dame as transfer applicants from other universities. The number of openings will be managed to ensure the University achieves the 550 degree goal per class for Mendoza. The management of the size of the business college is important to ensure that our students, faculty, and employers continue to reap the benefits of one of the top business education programs worldwide. Notre Dame offers many programs in addition to the BBA degree which affords students the opportunity to learn about business principles. Architectural Practice and Enterprise (APE) Allows a small number of architecture students (8) to concentrate in business by taking core classes in accounting, management, statistics, finance, and economics, to name a few of the courses. College of Arts and Letters Economics Major The program provides students with the insights of scientific analysis and social perspective to deepen their understanding of the complex economic forces at work in society. International Economics Major Linguistic and cultural fluency is an increasingly important asset in business; students in the College of Arts and Letters can achieve both with a major in International Economics. Business Economics Minor (MBEC) Students earn a business economics minor, which allows them to become literate in basic business principles in conjunction with a degree from the College of Arts and Letters. Computing and Digital Technologies Minor The College of Arts and Letters and the College of Engineering have partnered to offer an interdisciplinary Computing &amp; Digital Technologies (CDT) minor that allows students to blend programming and technology skills with the liberal arts in a wide variety of ways. College of Science Actuarial Science The minor in actuarial science is a new course of study tailored to the needs of students interested in actuarial careers, especially in business.</p>]]></content:encoded>
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  61. <title>Columbia Business School Events</title>
  62. <description>The Event and Club Management System at Columbia Business School helps students, faculty, and staff to schedule and manage events and student clubs at CBS. Each application is available below, along with links to documentation ...</description>
  63. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<img src="/img/columbia_business_school_info_sessions_in.jpg" alt="CBS" align="left" /><p>The Event and Club Management System at Columbia Business School helps students, faculty, and staff to schedule and manage events and student clubs at CBS. Each application is available below, along with links to documentation, recorded training sessions, and screencasts to help get you started. OrgSync OrgSync is the front-end system used by students, faculty, and staff for creating and managing events at CBS. OrgSync talks directly to 25Live to allow you to book rooms for your events or meetings. For students, OrgSync will also be the application used for managing their student clubs. The links below provide documentation, recorded classroom training sessions, and screencasts to help you use OrgSync. 25Live 25Live is the system of record for room reservations at CBS, including all classroom booking. Using this product, you'll be able to quickly review a group of rooms and their availability for a given date. You don't have to use 25Live, but it makes planning your events easier if you know room availability ahead of creating your event. Student Club Sign-Up On the Student Club Sign-Up form, students can join CBS student clubs, both those with dues and those that are free. Please refer to the "Joining Columbia Business School Student Clubs" document for instructions.</p>]]></content:encoded>
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  67. <pubDate>Sat, 24 Feb 2024 14:58:00 +0000</pubDate>
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  70. <title>International School of Business Hyderabad</title>
  71. <description>The ISB successfully conducted the ‘integrated’ placements for the PGP Class of 2016 across both Hyderabad and Mohali campuses. The Class of 2016 at the Indian School of Business (ISB) has had a great placements season. A ...</description>
  72. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<img src="/img/tips_to_get_admission_in_engineering.jpg" alt="Indian School of Business" align="left" /><p>The ISB successfully conducted the ‘integrated’ placements for the PGP Class of 2016 across both Hyderabad and Mohali campuses. The Class of 2016 at the Indian School of Business (ISB) has had a great placements season. A total of 1151 offers were made by 297 companies who participated in the placements process. Top consulting firms like McKinsey, Boston consulting Group, EY, Deloitte and KPMG continue to be big recruiters at the School accounting for 19 per cent of the total offers. Technology and technology services firms like Microsoft, Apple, Philips, HCL, Tech Mahindra and Directi made their presence felt strongly making offers to 5 per cent of the class. E-commerce companies such as Amazon and Flipkart also consolidated their presence and made a total of 180 offers. In a significant first this year, the Government of Andhra Pradesh made offers to 11 ISB students to become Chief Minister’s Fellows. The students will support the emerging state on strategic initiatives and implementation of policies that will contribute to its ambitious vision to emerge a front running state in the country and as a major investment destination. Not only the numbers of offers made were high but also a noteworthy increase in senior leadership roles. A total of 74 offers were made for senior leadership roles and global leadership programmes. These include several CXO level positions and those made to women students. Axis Bank alone, which runs its ‘Women Leadership Programme’ at ISB made 30 offers, up from the 18 last year. A highlight of the placements season was the success of the shift from a purely structured system of the previous years, to a flexible hybrid model that also included exclusive days for recruiters who had elaborate hiring processes. Apart from resulting in the highest number of job offers this year, the hybrid model of placements also resulted in higher pay packages to the 812 strong Class of 2016. CTC Data Years Average Domestic CTC (in Rs.) Class of 2012 INR 18, 83, 403 (*) Class of 2013 INR 17, 41, 081 (*) Class of 2014 INR 18, 15, 964 (*) Class of 2015 INR (*) (*) Sharing mid 80 percentile offer average from this year onwards. No. of Companies Registered No. of Offers made 348 631 423 819 350 884 267 987 Class of 2016 297</p>]]></content:encoded>
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  76. <pubDate>Sun, 04 Feb 2024 14:33:00 +0000</pubDate>
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  79. <title>McDonough School of Business rankings</title>
  80. <description>Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business is a premier business school located at the heart of world business and policy in Washington, D.C. Some 1, 400 undergraduates, 1, 000 MBA students, and 1, 200 participants in ...</description>
  81. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<img src="/img/georgetown_universitys_mcdonough_school_of_business.jpg" alt="School Data" align="left" /><p>Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business is a premier business school located at the heart of world business and policy in Washington, D.C. Some 1, 400 undergraduates, 1, 000 MBA students, and 1, 200 participants in executive education programs study business with an intensive focus on leadership and a global perspective. The school aims to provide a transformational educational experience, preparing students to become principled leaders with a global mindset who are in service to business and society. For more than 50 years, the McDonough School has been preparing the business world’s most respected leaders. Our rigorous curricula, diverse community, vibrant location in a global capital, and commitment to ethics come together to create a unique educational experience. ACADEMIC PROGRAMS As the premier destination for global business education, Georgetown McDonough offers the following graduate degree programs: Full-time MBA Program The Full-time MBA Program at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business delivers a global management degree that provides students with core business knowledge and analytical skills to manage and lead a 21st-century organization. The curriculum allows students to select and tailor their electives toward highly individualized career aspirations. The Full-time MBA Program centers on student success. The program’s unique integrative core curriculum better prepares students for internships, jobs, and entrepreneurial endeavors. Students learn the analytical and persuasive skills needed to succeed in business and understand when to use them and how to evaluate their decisions ethically. The school has an active commitment to educate principled, ethical leaders with a global mindset who are ready to serve business and society. Students’ transformation begins with an opening term that includes an intensive course on the Structure of Global Industries. Students reexamine their understanding of global industries through the economic, political, and cultural factors that influence these arrangements. The course also integrates ethical decision-making. Students also complete a course in Accounting Fundamentals, a pre-requisite for quantitative coursework in following semesters. Summer internships, along with several integrative learning experiences throughout the curriculum, extend formal learning from the classroom to the business world. Through McDonough’s signature Global Business Experience, students gain hands-on experience and a global mindset that will last a lifetime. Evening MBA Program The three year Georgetown features the same courses and faculty and confers the same degree received by graduates of Georgetown’s Full-time MBA Program. Through a convenient schedule of classes that meet on campus two evenings per week, students experience hands-on learning in a collaborative environment of cohorts, gain access to student clubs and campus activities, and complete the signature Global Experience. The Evening MBA Program helps students gain the skills needed for career advancement while maintaining their current employment. Georgetown McDonough graduates thrive in international organizations. The Evening MBA Program prepares students for a constantly growing and changing global marketplace. Similar to its Full-time MBA counterpart, first-year Evening MBA students begin their studies with a three-week, highly integrated course on the Structure of Global Industries. In this experiential learning course, students examine their understanding of global industries through the economic, political, and cultural factors that influence these arrangements. The opening term also covers ethical decision-making, a basic accounting course and establishes student cohorts. With a range of elective course offerings and personalized focus areas to complement a comprehensive core of coursework in general management, Georgetown’s Evening MBA Program is well suited for professionals from a number of fields seeking to advance or change their current careers.</p>]]></content:encoded>
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  89. <description>Contact Info Valerie Wilson School Business Administrator Office Location Room 807 2 Cedar Street Newark, NJ 07102 Phone: 973-733-8467 Fax: 973-733-7161 Office of Operations and Finance The School Business Administrator ...</description>
  90. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<img src="/img/business_office_school_business_administrator.jpg" alt="Business Office" align="left" /><p>Contact Info Valerie Wilson School Business Administrator Office Location Room 807 2 Cedar Street Newark, NJ 07102 Phone: 973-733-8467 Fax: 973-733-7161 Office of Operations and Finance The School Business Administrator supervises and supports the Division of Support Services, which includes the Division of Finance and Operations, Budget, Fixed Assets, Accounting, Accounts Payable, Security Services, Facility Management, Design and Construction, Food Services and Payroll. The School Business Administrator communicates with various officials in the State of New Jersey, school officials, City and County officials along with outside agencies concerning the district’s operations budget matters. The School Business Administrator makes critical decisions in the use of funds; and is responsible for maintaining and preparing budget documents regarding all finances within the district. She is also responsible for overseeing a budget of $957 million for the Newark Public Schools District.</p>]]></content:encoded>
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  94. <pubDate>Tue, 26 Dec 2023 14:29:00 +0000</pubDate>
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  97. <title>Ontario Business School rankings</title>
  98. <description>The Globe’s biweekly business-school news roundup. Love them or hate them, business school rankings are one tool for prospective students to assess their education options. However, applicants need to know what is being ...</description>
  99. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<img src="/img/the_10_top_business_schools_in_1.jpg" alt="2. Ivey Business School" align="left" /><p>The Globe’s biweekly business-school news roundup. Love them or hate them, business school rankings are one tool for prospective students to assess their education options. However, applicants need to know what is being measured, since the criteria may (or may not) be relevant to them. A school that scores well on graduates landing jobs on Bay Street may not be appropriate for the aspiring social entrepreneur. “A potential student should first figure out if the ranking is trying to rank an MBA program or the school overall, ” cautions Ivey Business School dean Robert Kennedy. “Schools are much more than an MBA and, even within that, what are they putting weight on?” This month, Ivey at the University of Western Ontario in London, Ont., came first for the second year in a row in an international ranking of MBA programs by Bloomberg Businessweek, which assesses responses from employers (worth 35 per cent of the total score), alumni (30 per cent), students (15 per cent), placement (10 per cent) and salary (10 per cent). The Bloomberg checklist plays to Ivey’s profile as a limited-enrolment program with close ties to recruiters, says Dr. Kennedy. “We have been very resistant to changing our strategy to improve our rankings, ” he says. “This is a ranking that fits our strategy and we trumpet it.” Other Canadian schools on Bloomberg’s top-29 list are: Smith School of Business (9) at Queen’s University; McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management (16); University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management (18); Concordia University’s John Molson School of Business (24); and HEC Montréal (29). By contrast, The Economist magazine’s global ranking of top-100 full-time master of business administration programs, released this month, emphasizes the door-opening career potential of an MBA and personal development, each worth 35 per cent of the overall score, with the postdegree rise in salary worth 20 per cent. Ivey, which decided to rejoin The Economist survey after an absence of several years, placed 66th and was one of six Canadian schools on the list, up from three last year. For the first time, Ryerson University’s Ted Rogers School of Management joined the group, in 92nd place. Just like Ivey on the Bloomberg ranking, Rogers has a strategy that fits the criteria of The Economist. This year, Ryerson students were top-three finishers in nine case competitions, a showing that contributes to the personal development and networking valued by the magazine, according to Rogers dean Steven Murphy. As well, the school’s relatively low MBA price tag of about $29, 000, combined with postgraduation salaries in the $85, 000 to $95, 000 range, contributes to a positive score. When Dr. Murphy arrived as dean in 2013, the school set a target to break into the Financial Times top-100 MBA programs by 2018, with criteria favourable to Rogers. “This ranking in The Economist is a great marker for our faculty in terms of: ‘Can we get there, ’” he says. “This gives everyone something to shoot for.” The other Canadian schools on the list (with ranking in brackets) are: York University’s Schulich School of Business (46); Smith (80); Molson (88); and HEC Montréal (94). Finally, six Canadian schools made the Financial Times top-100 list of executive MBA programs, which only looks at those with at least four years’ standing with the U.S. Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business or Europe-based EQUIS, two major accrediting bodies. The FT collects data on current salary and salary increase after graduation, worth 40 per cent of the input from alumni. The Canadian programs on the list (with placement in brackets) are: Schulich, with Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University (25); Rotman (47); Smith, with the Johnson School of Management at Cornell University (53), tied with Ivey; Smith, with its own program, (67); University of Alberta School of Business with the Haskayne School of Business at the University of Calgary (91). New diploma option for accountancy designation A new option is available to aspiring accountants who want to speed up earning their professional designation.</p>]]></content:encoded>
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