International business counselors and representatives from six North Carolina companies said they are impressed with export business plans created for them by Western Carolina University students from the master’s degree program in business administration.
Ten leaders from across Western North Carolina and beyond will share their personal perspectives on leadership with students in a Western Carolina University master’s degree program course in business administration this spring.
Michael Smith, director of the Master of Business Administration Program at Western Carolina University, is helping businesses and industries in Canada develop a more strategic approach to supply chain management.
Two members of the business faculty at Western Carolina University are starting the new year in new positions, as Leroy Kauffman, dean of the College of Business, recently appointed directors for the university's Master of Business Administration Program and its Center for Professional Selling and Marketing.
Western North Carolina's potential business leaders of tomorrow picked up some tricks of the trade this summer from some of the region's most successful business leaders of today, thanks to a graduate class offered through Western Carolina University's Programs in Asheville.