Nearly 630 students are eligible to collect their diplomas from Middle Georgia State University at fall graduation ceremonies scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 13. Col. Lyle K. Drew, commander, 78th Air Base Wing, Robins Air Force Base, will be the commencement speaker.
Brent Barnes, Andrew (“Cody”) Beck and Drewry (“Jackson”) Hobbs won first place (and $1,000 each) for their research and analysis of a not-for-profit entity with governance, control and reporting weaknesses. Their work bested teams from undergraduate and graduate schools across Georgia. Their faculty advisor, Dr. Carol Sargent, has coached MGA teams “to the podium” Continue reading
We wanted to let you know about something new: a Minor in Business. You can take five courses (four specific courses shown below and one business elective) and have a minor in business to complement your major. ACCT 2000 Survey of Accounting (for Non-Business Majors) ECON 1101 Survey of Economics (for Non-Business Majors) MGMT 3141 Continue reading
School of Business professors Anthony Narsing, Mimi Ford, and Troy Sullivan recently published “Proposed Border Tax Adjustment – Implications to the U.S. Auto Industry” in the Journal of Contemporary Business Issues. They presented this paper at the 2018 MBAA International annual conference held in Chicago in late April and received the Best Distinguished Research Paper Continue reading
Kelsey Wade and Jerrie Schack, who are pursuing Master of Science degrees in Management at Middle Georgia State University (MGA), were recently awarded Dixie Crow Scholarships from the Dixie Crow Chapter of the Association of Old Crows (AOC).
Business major Katie Cart, who began Middle Georgia State as a dual-enrollment student, turned a gap year of traveling into a popular blog from which she hopes to create income in the near future.
A student leader on MGA’s Cochran Campus, Christopher Price is completing a business degree and working toward a corporate career.
A business major with plans for entrepreneurship, Sandra Mejia is a shining example of how non-traditional students can take leadership roles at Middle Georgia State.
Business major Kianna Delas, who moved to Georgia from Canada to play guard for the Knights women’s basketball team, is aiming for a career in the corporate world.
Shawn Askinosie, founder of Forbes-recognized Askinosie Chocolate company, is the keynote speaker for the first “Doing Good Business” dinner hosted by Middle Georgia State University’s School of Business. The event – sponsored by Christy Capital Management Inc. – takes place at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, April 12, in the banquet hall of the Hatcher Conference Continue reading