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MBA@Syracuse Named No. 11 Globally by Financial Times

MBA@Syracuse was ranked No. 11 worldwide and No. 7 in the nation in the Financial Times’ 2018 ranking of online MBA programs. The competitive program allows students from anywhere in the world to take part in the highly regarded Whitman MBA coursework — without having to relocate or put their careers on hold.

The Unforgettable Experience of an International Residency in Dubai

Professor Todd Moss shares his experience traveling to Dubai with students for a residency and intensive elective. Students learned about the new energy economy and sustainable entrepreneurship, and explored the commercial center of the UAE with visits to real estate, consulting and government organizations.

From Awareness to Action: Cybersecurity Strategy for Small Businesses

Big spends on cybersecurity infrastructure and personnel are often unrealistic for small businesses. With the seriousness of cybersecurity risks, however, small business owners must identify their unique vulnerabilities and implement a lean, effective threat prevention framework.

Whitman Program Named “National Model Entrepreneurship Program”

Whitman’s Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises (EEE) program was recently named the National Model Program by the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship. The award “recognizes colleges and universities that provide comprehensive, bold, high quality educational programs that train future generations of entrepreneurs, as well as the comprehensiveness of a curricular program.” 

U.S. News & World Report Gives Top 50 Ranking to Whitman’s Online MBA Program

MBA@Syracuse was recently ranked #42 by U.S. News & World Report in its publication of 2018 Best Online Business Programs, released January 9. The rankings include 199 programs from the nearly 230 regionally accredited institutions nationwide that offer online master’s degree business programs.

Push and Pull: Hollywood, Netflix and the Future of the Entertainment Business

In five years, Netflix has evolved into a media company, producing its own content and becoming a competitor to the biggest entertainment companies in the world. How’s that going over in Tinseltown?