Sunday, October 14, 2012

[Sponsor] Take on Your World with St. Edward's University Graduate Programs

Guest post from St. Edward's University, presenting sponsor of the Leadership Austin EMERGE 2012 Program.

Graduate Programs in the School of Management and Business at St. Edward’s University all focus on helping prepare students to think critically and creatively, to analyze problems, propose solutions, and make responsible decisions (and to be aware of the ethical implications of those decisions!), to have an international perspective, and to help make the world a better place. That’s why St. Edward’s University is a natural partner with Leadership Austin!

St. Edward's University campus

Whether you are seeking advanced traditional business education (like through our MBA or a Master of Accounting degrees), or one of our specialized graduate programs (Computer Information Systems, Digital Media Management, Environmental Management and Sustainability, Organization Development, or Organizational Leadership and Ethics), an education at St. Edward’s University incorporates elements that start with the individual and move outward through circles of influence including family, community, profession, and world. These multiple perspectives share a lot in common: values, vision, focus, purpose, collaboration, dialogue, and action. As you consider how best to invest your “time, talent, and treasure,” always remember it is YOU who is making that investment! A solid advanced education that effectively prepares you for career opportunities in business, nonprofit organizations, social service agencies, government institutions, faith-based groups, or as a business or social entrepreneur can provide the leverage you need to further your potential.

During the EMERGE Program this fall, participants will hear from a representative from each Graduate Program in the School of Management and Business at St. Edward’s University at every one of the EMERGE sessions. Admission Counselors will also be at each session to answer questions about the admission process. Marsha Kelliher, Dean of the School, will attend the final class day in December to validate that partnering with EMERGE participants can be realized through collaboration and interaction. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions, learn about the rich history of St. Edward’s University, our mission, and our sincere desire to pursue a more just world through the power of education - beginning right here in Central Texas.

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