May 21, 2018
published May 15, 2018
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M.S in Human Resource Management and Organizational Effectiveness
Reaches 25-Year Milestone
Tuesday, June 12 BBQ and Anniversary Celebration
(Purchase, N.Y.: May 15, 2018) Manhattanville College’s School of Business is celebrating 35 years preparing today’s professionals for tomorrow’s business. Originally named the School of Adult and Special Programs in 1983, the school’s name changed to School of Graduate and Professional Studies (also known as GPS) in 1993. Four years ago, the School of Graduate and Professional Studies changed its name to the Manhattanville School of Business to best reflect its revolved direction. Although the school’s name has had several changes, its commitment to its students has remained the same, evolving to keep ahead of business industry demands as well as the needs of adult learners.
On Tuesday, June 12, the School of Business will be celebrating two major milestones, 35 years since its founding and 25 years of its very first graduate business program, the Masters of Science degree in Organizational Management and Human Resources Development. The celebration will include a networking BBQ, open to the community, alumni, business partner organizations, and prospective students. Following the barbeque, there will be an alumni panel sharing their experiences with fellow alumni and prospective students.
“In three and one-half decades, we have graduated hundreds of talented leaders who hold important posts in a wide array of businesses and organizations that benefit from this school’s approach to professional education," said Steve Albanese, Dean of the Manhattanville School of Business. "We look forward to educating and graduating future generations of successful executives and contributors to area economies and leveraging our business school accreditation."
The Manhattanville School of business continues to grow and evolve with its diverse offering of programs such as six Master of Science degrees, four accelerated adult undergraduate degrees (APPEAL programs), several dual Bachelor’s/Master’s degree programs, six graduate advanced certificates, an Institute for Managing Risk, an array of professional development offerings, and the prominent Women’s Leadership Institute.
In 2016, the M.S. in Human Resource Management and Organizational Effectiveness has been named as one of the best programs in the country by College Choice based on outstanding academic reputation, student retention, networking, internship opportunities among other criteria. The School of Business at Manhattanville College has seen hundreds of graduates of this program become HR leaders in this region’s major corporations and organizations.
To register for the event, please visit https://www.mville.edu/events/2018/06/12/anniversary-celebration-bbq-and-alumni-panel.
About The Manhattanville School of Business
The Manhattanville School of Business (MSB) helps prepare today’s professionals for tomorrow’s business. Students capitalize on the school’s industry-driven content, convenient formats, and extensive faculty and alumni network. Graduates and faculty are employed at top companies including Morgan Stanley, MasterCard, PepsiCo, the NFL, Verizon, and the New York Stock Exchange. Located in the heart of Westchester County in Purchase, NY – and surrounded by Fortune 100 and 500 companies – MSB offers six career-focused master’s degrees, APPEAL: four accelerated bachelor’s degree programs for evening adult learners and degree completers; several dual B.S./M.S. degrees options; Post Baccalaureate/Pre-health course of study; the Institute for Managing Risk; and the Women’s Leadership Institute, designed to meet the leadership and professional development needs of women in the workplace. Additionally, MSB’s Corporate Learning Services offers an array of industry-driven resources to assist organizations in the professional development of their employees and help them achieve their goals. For more information about MSB visit http://www.mville.edu/business or call 914.323.5150.
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For more information, images, or interviews, please contact:
Heidi Raker, Heidi.Raker@Mville.edu or 201.681.5878
Manhattanville School of Business
Manhattanville School of Business