The MBA Association (MBAA) is committed to increasing the return on students’ investment in education. Guided by eight MBA students, MBAA provides activities, opportunities, and other services designed to benefit all MBA students.
Do you want to enhance your educational experience as well as others in the MBA program? Do you want to get involved in the planning and development of MBA student activities? You can do all this by becoming a member of the MBA Association Board: http://youtu.be/f9-fjY9nKao
Check out your 2014 MBAA board members biographies here!
The MBAA is focused on:
MBAA strives to assist MBA students with the opportunity for professional development and to promote the ideals of lifelong learning and leadership.
MBAA represents MBA students before the University administration in matters concern-ing quality of education and qualification of instructors.
MBAA provides a social environment where MBA students can plan events and activities for themselves as well as for the benefit of the University in general.
The MBAA advisor is Dr. Satinder Dhiman