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MBA Program Information Session. The ODU MBA – Our Students  Where 2011-12 admits went to school APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY BLACK HILLS STATE UNIVERSITY.

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1 MBA Program Information Session

2 The ODU MBA – Our Students  Where 2011-12 admits went to school APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY BLACK HILLS STATE UNIVERSITY BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY CALIFORNIA MARITIME ACADEMY CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY DEPAUL UNIVERSITY EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY FRAMINGHAM STATE COLLEGE GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY HAMPTON UNIVERSITY IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY JAMES MADISON UNIVERSITY JOHN BROWN UNIVERSITY JOHN CABOT UNIVERSITY LONGWOOD UNIVERSITY MAINE MARITIME ACADEMY MASS MARITIME ACADEMY NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA- WILMINGTON NORTHWOOD UNIVERSITY OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY PARKLAND COLLEGE PENN STATE UNIVERSITY PURDUE UNIVERSITY WEST LAFAYETTE RADFORD UNIVERSITY ST. OLAF COLLEGE ST. PETERSBURG COLLEGE STRAYER UNIVERSITY SUNY- BINGHAMTON SUNY-NEW PALTZ SUNY -OSWEGO SUNY- STONY BROOK TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY COLLEGE STATION TROY STATE US MILITARY ACADEMY UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS- URBANA UNIVERSITY OF IOWA UNIVERSITY MARYLAND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA- LINCOLN UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA-RENO UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST OF ENGLAND UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY OF MARY WASHINGTON VIRGINIA TECH WEBB INSTITUTE

3 The ODU MBA – Our Students  Where they work A CCENTURE A DAPTIVE A EROSPACE G ROUP ADS A LPHA S OLUTIONS C ORP A MERIGROUP C ORPORATION A NTHEM BCBS A RMSTRONG W ORLD I NDUSTRIES A VIS B UDGET G ROUP B AY P ORT C REDIT U NION BB&T B ON S ECOUR B OOZ A LLEN H AMILTON B RANSCOME, I NC. CACI I NTERNATIONAL I NC. C ANON V IRGINIA I NC. C APITAL G ROUP C OMPANIES C EGEDIM D ENDRITE C HARTWAY F EDERAL C REDIT U NION CHKD C ITICORP F INANCE L TD C ITY OF C HESAPEAKE C ITY OF H AMPTON C ITY OF N ORFOLK CMA-CGM A MERICA C OCA C OLA E NTERPRISES D AL T ILE D OLLAR T REE D OMINION E NTERPRISES D OMINION P OWER E ARL I NDUSTRIES, LLC E CHOSTORM, I NC. E LI L ILLY & C OMPANY F ULTON B ANK G ANNETT M EDIA T ECHNOLOGY GEICO G ENERAL D YNAMICS H AMPTON R OADS S ANITATION D ISTRICT H ERMES A BRASIVES H UNTINGTON I NGALLS I NDUSTRIES L-3 C OMMUNICATIONS L IEBHERR M INING E QUIPMENT C OMPANY L OCKHEED M ARTIN M AERSK L INE L IMITED M ERCK & C O. I NC M ILLER O IL C O. M YTHICS, I NC. NASA NATO N EWPORT N EWS P UBLIC S CHOOLS N ORFOLK N AVAL S HIPYARD N ORFOLK P UBLIC S CHOOLS N ORFOLK S OUTHERN C ORP. N OVONICS C ORP O LD P OINT N ATIONAL B ANK O PERATION S MILE PAPCO O IL P ORTFOLIO R ECOVERY A SSOC. R EAL E STATE I NFO N ETWORK I NC. R IVERSIDE H EALTH S YSTEM SAIC S ENTARA H EALTHCARE S PIRIT OF N ORFOLK S TIHL, I NC S UPREME C OURT OF VA S YSCO H AMPTON R OADS T HE N EW Y ORK T IMES S HARED S ERVICE C TR. T HE V IRGINIAN -P ILOT T OWNE B ANK UBS F INANCIAL S ERVICES U NILEVER US URS C ORP VDOT V ERIZON C OMMUNICATIONS V IRGINIA P ORT A UTHORITY Z IM A MERICAN I NTL S HIPPING C O.

4 The ODU MBA – Our Students  Global representation AFGHANISTANAUSTRALIABARBADOSBULGARIACANADA CYPRUSETHIOPIAGERMANYGREECEINDIA ITALYJAPANMOROCCONEPALPOLAND RUSSIASAUDI ARABIATAIWANTHAILANDTURKEY UKRAINEUNITED KINGDOM

5 The ODU MBA – Our Students 2011 MBA statistics:  Total enrolled – 299  Total Applicants – 229  Admitted – 125  Enrolled – 78  Average age – 29  Average years of work experience – 6.83  Average GPA – 3.25  Average GMAT – 550  Full-time enrolled – 23.11%  Male – 60.5%; Female – 39.5%  Minority Enrolled – 16.4%  International Enrolled – 6.4%  Active Military – 5.0%

6 The ODU MBA  AACSB International Accreditation Over 640 accredited institutions internationally  Flexibility  Evenings/day  Saturday  Three semesters per year  Four locations*  Small class size creates a cooperative learning environment  Student service-oriented * Not all electives can be completed at all locations

7 The ODU MBA  A 48 Credit Program  Core - 28 credits:  Statistics, Organizational Mgmt., Accounting, Managerial Econ, Finance, Marketing, Macro Economics, IT, Operations Management & International Fundamentals (1 cr.)  Required Orientation  MGMT 602 & DSCI 600 taken together in first semester  Capstone – 5 credits:  Management Strategy and Policy (3 cr.)  International Topics (2 cr.)  Electives – 12 credits  General / Concentration (3 course sequence)  One international (includes study abroad)  Modules – 3 credits

8 Career Concentrations  Business & Economic Forecasting  Financial Analysis & Valuation  Health Sciences Administration  Information Technology  International Business  Maritime & Port Management  Public Administration  Planned for Fall 2012 … Entrepreneurship  Or General - design a personalized program of study that meets your career needs by taking a variety of electives from various subject areas

9 Developing Managerial Effectiveness 1 credit Modules: (pass / fail)  HR Perspectives: Professional Development  Six Sigma  Spreadsheet Modeling  Students on Site: Corporate Projects  Corporate Governance  Creative Thinking in Business Decisions  Effective Business Writing

10 Making Connections  MBA Student Association (students and alumni)  Annual dinner speakers:  Larry Kittelberger: Sr. VP of Technology and Operations, Honeywell  Macon Brock: Dollar Tree  Bruce Bradley: Landmark Communications  Propeller Club  Economics Club  Landmark Speaker Series  Student Chapters various fields  Alumni at leading firms  Elizabeth “Betsy” Duke: Governor, Fed Board  Bruce Bradley: Pres., Landmark Communications  John Sanderson: Pres./CEO, Siemens Automotive

11 Work + Family + School  Full-time students  Three to four classes/week  18 months – 2 years to graduation  Part-time students  Two classes, usually meet 1X/week each for 3 hours  2.5 – 3 years to graduation

12 Knowledge Counts  Waiver policy*  core classes can be waived for students who either majored in or completed 9-12 specific credit hours within the past 5 years in: Accounting, Economics, Finance, Marketing, Information Technology, Operations Management Or Knowledge-based Waiver Exams –  Offered before each semester *Waivers not available for DSCI 600, MGMT 602, INBU 630

13 Marketability MBA Career Management  Services available for full-time & part- time students & alumni  Seminars & individual coaching on resume development, interviewing, negotiation, & networking  Access to internship & full-time job opportunities

14 Application Checklist Online application Essay Resume $75 application fee* VA Residency form if applicable One semester of calculus ALL Official transcripts GMAT score (must be taken within last 5 years) www.mba.com Preparation is essential *Waived for ODU alums

15 Checklist Continued 1 recommendation (letter or form) from a professor or supervisor TOEFL if applicable* Submit application materials online or to the MBA Program Office (1026 Constant Hall) * Students possessing a visa must apply through the International Admissions Office

16 Application Deadlines DomesticInternational SpringNovember 1October 1 FallJune 1April 1

17 Non-degree Non-degree (level 1): For students who have not met MBA admissions criteria (such as submitting GMAT scores or the application for admission).  Students must submit the non-degree application, a $75 fee, and undergraduate transcripts.  This option allows students to take some electives primarily in Public Administration but not core MBA classes.

18 Non-degree Non-degree (level 2): For students who have met MBA admissions requirements but have not had time to complete the application.  Students must submit the non-degree application, a $75 fee, and undergraduate transcripts.  This option allows students to take all MBA classes, including core classes.

19 2011-12 Tuition & Fees Virginia Resident$379/credit hour Non-VA Resident$961/credit hour Health Fee (full-time)$68/semester General Fees$59/semester International Student Fee $35/semester

20 Financial Aid  Graduate Assistantships (merit based)  Company sponsorship  Loans: Federal & Private (www.mba.com)  External funding sources:  Civic groups  NSHMBA, NBMBAA  Professional organizations (NSPE, SHRM, etc.)  www.finaid.org/loans  www.collegeboard.com  www.collegescholarships.com  www.fastweb.com  www.finaid.org  www.iefa.org  www.scholarshiphelp.org

21 Contact Us ODU MBA Admissions: 1026 Constant Hall, Norfolk, VA 23529 http://odu.edu/mba/ mbainfo@odu.edu 757-683-3585


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