Medaille MBA Students Excel During Capstone Presentations
Students completing their Master of Business Administration (MBA) degrees at Medaille College recently presented their final capstone projects to an audience of fellow students, faculty, special guests and members of the community. Each student in the MBA program must complete and present a comprehensive business plan for their capstone experience.
Adam Lange was one of this year’s capstone presenters. The Buffalo native says the MBA experience was an extraordinary one, and that he chose Medaille because of its convenient location, competitive pricing, and once per week, one class at a time structure.
“Now that I've completed the program, I can honestly say that my only regret is that I didn't go back sooner,” Lange says. “The classes are taught by professionals who share real-word knowledge that can easily be applied to your job. The team setup creates a collaborative and competitive environment that helps bring the best out in everyone. From start to finish, this has been an excellent experience, and I'm proud to be a new Medaille alum.”
All of us at Medaille congratulate Adam and all of the hard-working students completing their MBA degrees!
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