“The secret to getting ahead is getting started.” – Mark Twain
Mihaylo’s graduate program welcome seminar gives incoming students a chance to prepare for the rigorous and rewarding educational experience that these programs offer aspiring business professionals.Hundreds of incoming Mihaylo graduate students can relate to the concept of “getting started.” These students can ensure a successful start to their program by attending the Mihaylo Welcome Seminar – an orientation event designed for newly-admitted graduate students.
“We are pleased to welcome newly admitted graduate students to the Mihaylo College of Business and Economics. We are ready to support these students in their graduate program and career development,” says Melissa Lopez, the director of Mihaylo Graduate Programs. “We will answer questions and impart helpful information so Mihaylo students can establish a valuable support network.”
Meetings with faculty and fellow incoming students, presentations about programs to assist in academic and career goals and workshops with advisors will acquaint newcomers with the policies, resources and culture of Mihaylo and CSU Fullerton. This makes a large campus smaller and provides a chance to network, which is vital to success in the contemporary business world.
Graduate students will attend the all-day MBA Welcome Seminaron Aug. 22. Incoming Full-Time MBA and Full-Time Employed (FEMBA) participants will attend separate events. In addition to the MBA Welcome Seminar, international MBA students will attend the International Student Seminar on Aug. 20, which will include specific information on immigration regulations, CSUF’s programs for international students and other resources for student success. International students with questions about the International Student Seminar should contact the CSUF International Programs Office.