June 24, 2015
School of Business Graduates 15 MBA Students
The Thomas H. Albinson II School of Business at West Virginia Wesleyan College proudly announces the graduation of 15 Master of Business Administration (MBA) students at the College’s May 2015 Commencement. These graduates come from a variety of undergraduate backgrounds and originate from several states and countries. Many of these MBA graduates have already begun new jobs in fields such as accounting, sales management, marketing and public relations, small-business management, and financial analysis. Other MBA graduates plan to further their education in medical school and law school.
May 2015 MBA graduates include: Jesse Bolyard of Green Bank, WV; George Brody of Huntington, WV; Chloe Gibson of Elkins, WV; Ashley Hall of Frenchton, WV; Daniel Haller of Philippi, WV; Nicole Huffman of Lewisville, OH; Thomas Ingall of Bath, United Kingdom; William King of Gassaway, WV; Rachel Marteney of Buckhannon, WV; Justin McAtee of Renfrew, PA; Jami Meirick of Pasadena, MD; Angela Miller of Belle Vernon, PA; Nicholas Spino of Jeannette, PA; M. Andrew VanCamp of New Martinsville, WV; and George H. Wright, IV of Huntington, WV.
Wesleyan’s MBA program accepts candidates from any undergraduate background and provides the option for concentrations in four areas: Healthcare Administration, Human Resource Management, Nonprofit Management, and Labor & Law. Graduate certificates are also available in Nonprofit Management and HR Management. At the undergraduate level, Wesleyan’s School of Business offers degrees in accounting, business administration, economics, management, marketing, and sport business.
For more information, contact Dr. Susan Aloi, director of the School of Business and MBA program, at email@example.com.
Cutline: Left to Right: Marteney, N. Huffman, C. Gibson, G. Brody, J. Meirick, W. King, D. Haller, A. Hall, J. McAtee, J. Bolyard, G. Wright
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