Barron's Guide to Graduate Business Schools

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Barron's Educational Series, Incorporated, 2005 - Reference - 835 pages
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Updated to reflect current tuitions and fees, as well as latest school statistics, this directory presents profiles of more than 600 accredited business schools in the United States and Canada. Details include admission requirements, special requirements for international students, available academic programs, course requirements for graduation, career placement services, available financial aid, library and research facilities, computer facilities, student body composition, faculty composition, and admissions contacts. There is also detailed advice on how to choose a business school, how to cope with application procedures, and how to finance a graduate business school education. There is also a sample GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) with answers and a self-evaluation chart.

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Contents

GETTING INTO GRADUATE BUSINESS SCHOOL
1
Why Go to Graduate Business School?
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How to Choose a Business School
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Miller was born in Atlanta, Georgia and received his BS degree in geological engineering. He founded is first company importing earth science instruments and sold it after 12 years. Then started a petroleum exploration company successful in finding 8 new oil fields and pools, while inventing a most precise geochemical method for locating deep and shallow oil deposits. Since has taught university courses, written business videotape scripts and laboratory workbooks for geochemical courses.

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