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'Who teaches an MBA course in America?' [VIDEO]

Learn about the professors and staff who teach an MBA programme

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Find out about the types of professors and staff that teach and manage an MBA programme in America. We spoke to Roberta Brooke, the Director of MBA at Eastern Washington University about the types of staff that teach and work with her on the university's MBA programme.

 Watch the video below from our Google Hangout with Eastern Washington University (there’s also a quick summary after the video).

  • Background—Find out about the varied professional backgrounds of MBA professors
  • Shared Experience—Learn how professors and staff use their different experiences to enhance student’s learning experiences
  • Staff—Learn which walks of life MBA staff come from, and what they bring to their management of the programme

 

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Watch more clips from our Hangout with Roberta Brooke:

‘What admissions tests do you take to study an MBA in America?’

‘What types of students will you study with in an MBA course in America?’

‘What are the requirements to study an MBA in America?’

'What are the most popular areas of an MBA course?'

'How can an MBA applicant make their application stand out?'

'Do MBA applicants need to show work experience?'

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