iMBA Program

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iConverge is our annual on-campus networking and professional development event. It is a chance for students to see familiar friends, make new ones and develop professional relationships outside the classroom.

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Gies College of Business grants degrees three times a year -- in May, August, and December. You need to submit an application for graduation in your final term in order to place your name on the degree list and receive your diploma.

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The College’s first woman faculty also led women to start a business in 1916 campustown

Aug 25, 2016, 07:35 by Gies College of Business
Alta Gwinn Saunders, Professor and Head of Business English. Photo courtesy of Delta Gamma. Alta Gwinn Saunders, Professor and Head of Business English in the College. Photo courtesy of Delta Gamma. Alta Gwinn Saunders was the first woman to teach in the College of Business -- and later became the first woman to head a department of Business English at any university. While she had a busy career teaching professional writing and advertising courses and traveling across the country as a guest speaker, she also found time to help the women of Delta Gamma start a tea shop on Green Street in 1916. Read More