Seidman Alumni Breakfast Series
The Seidman Alumni Association extends complimentary invitations to Seidman Alumni, the University community, and the West Michigan business community to attend breakfast meetings featuring speakers on a variety of business-related topics. Anywhere between 150 and 250 individuals attend each breakfast.
The Seidman College offers three graduate business degrees, the Master of Business Administration (a traditional MBA, primarily for working professionals, and a full-time, integrated MBA, for individuals with no, or little, work experience), the Master of Science in Accounting (MSA), and the Master of Science in Taxation (MST). The programs are fully accredited by the AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The Seidman College also partners with Michigan State University College of Law to offer dual degrees in law and business administration (JD/MBA), law and accounting (JD/MSA) and law and taxation (JD/MST).
The Seidman College welcomes applicants who are interested in expanding or continuing their professional education in business administration. The graduate curricula provide skills and knowledge that facilitate immediate practical application to today's business challenges. Graduate candidates master the abilities to analyze problems, develop solutions, and evaluate results in an environment of constant change. The Seidman College is housed in Grand Valley's Pew campus, located in the heart of the greater Grand Rapids business community. Convenient for students and for community involvement, this location facilitates interaction among graduate students and business community leaders. In fact, our ties to the business community are a special source of pride and have been applauded by our accrediting body. It is common for area CEOs and other business leaders to meet with classes and interact with students in a variety of ways. The programs are open to qualified individuals with bachelor's degrees from accredited colleges and universities. No particular undergraduate degree is necessary. Candidates are admitted into the master degree programs based on, aptitude and capacity for study as indicated by previous academic record, test scores, and in some cases, work experience. For your convenience, the traditional MBA program also offers courses on the Holland Meijer Campus.
For more information about graduate studies at Grand Valley State University, please visit the Virtual Orientation web site.
Candidates seeking a graduate business degree are invited to meet with the program director at the DeVos Center campus to discuss career interests, professional objectives, and program plans.
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