Why I Chose the 3/2 MBA Program at UB

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Joseph Doona, MBA '25

Written by: Joseph Doona, MBA ’25 Background at UB  When I started at the University at Buffalo, I had no idea what I wanted to do in my professional career. In my first few semesters I was able to speak Continue reading Why I Chose the 3/2 MBA Program at UB

Why I Chose the UB MS in MIS for Opportunities in Cybersecurity

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Written by: Abinash Jena, MS in MIS ’24 From the seabed to space, whatever machines or technologies we incorporate have all had their humble origins. Regardless of when they were developed, it was their original thinking spirit that nudged them Continue reading Why I Chose the UB MS in MIS for Opportunities in Cybersecurity

MBA Stereotypes: True or False?

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Written by: Kaitlyn He, MBA ’24 Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs have long been associated with a myriad of stereotypes, some grounded in truth, others not so much. In this blog, I will debunk some common MBA stereotypes based Continue reading MBA Stereotypes: True or False?

My Top Four Finance Soft Skills

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Written by: Claudia Cabrera, MS in Finance ’24 Over the past few years, we have seen how technological advances are driving unparalleled change. While talking with peers from different schools within UB, I realized that there is a misconception that Continue reading My Top Four Finance Soft Skills

Networking at UB as a First-Year MBA Student

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Written by: Peter Bouris, MBA ’24 Networking is a crucial part of every MBA program. In fact, for many, it is one of the biggest reasons to pursue an MBA. However, it is daunting for almost all first-year students, especially Continue reading Networking at UB as a First-Year MBA Student

Building a Bridge to Success: Mastering the International Student Visa and H1B Journey

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Embarking on a journey to study in the United States is a dream for many, but navigating the complex process of obtaining a student visa can be daunting. In this two-part podcast series (listen on Apple Podcasts or Spotify), we Continue reading Building a Bridge to Success: Mastering the International Student Visa and H1B Journey

Why MIS is Your Product Management Power Move

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Written by: Yashwanth Raj Penugonda, MS in MIS ’24 Aspiring to drive product strategy and innovation? A Master of Science in Management Information Systems (MS in MIS) degree can equip you with the diverse skills to excel as a product Continue reading Why MIS is Your Product Management Power Move

Summer Start = Success

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Written by: Prateek Sharma, MSBA ’24 The scorching summer of 2023 marked the beginning of a journey that would ultimately lead to the coveted Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) program at the University at Buffalo. The program’s summer Continue reading Summer Start = Success

Time Management Tips to Reduce Stress

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Written by: Graciana Truesdale, MSA ’24 Fall weather has officially set in and so has academic stress. Between class work, a job, familial duties and any other responsibilities one may have, mid-semester is normally when one’s stress level peaks. Not Continue reading Time Management Tips to Reduce Stress

Course Review: International Business in Singapore

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Sarah Sauer, MBA '25, standing in front of the Singapore Stock Exchange gong with thumbs up

Written by: Sarah Sauer, MBA ‘25 During my Fall 2022 semester, I had the incredible opportunity to participate in the University at Buffalo’s MGG 380 course: International Business in Singapore. This hybrid module included collaboration with students at the Singapore Continue reading Course Review: International Business in Singapore