Short Takes: Walton College M.B.A. Program, Success of Graduates

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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – U.S. News & World Report ranks the Sam M. Walton College of Business No.1 nationally in the percentage of its full-time M.B.A. graduates who are employed at graduation – one of the most important factors in any M.B.A. student’s return on investment.

Walton College benefits from a special blend of talented students and faculty, a focus on helping students make the most of their professional careers, and a unique region full of business resources and opportunities. Find out more about why the Walton College MBA program is such a success in “Ultimate ROI”, this week’s Arkansas Short Takes video!

Contacts

Mark Rushing, assistant vice chancellor
University Relations
479-575-5555, markr@uark.edu


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