Monday, May 27, 2013

Happy Faces at third MSBA Graduation

The MSBA Class of 2013
The School of Business and Economics at The Catholic University of America celebrated it's third graduating class of the Master of Science in Business Analysis recently with a family reception and graduation exercise.

This class worked extremely hard right down to the wire completing their Field consulting projects the week prior to graduation at Microsoft, Amtrak and Social Radar.  

Almost three quarters of the class had job offers by graduation and all are expected to begin their careers within a couple months.

Assistant Dean Brian Engelland and
wife Barbara congratulate a proud parent
Accounting program director Bill Kirst
with the Gangware clan
The night before graduation, a reception was held for family members and friends at a downtown DC restaurant.  Here are some of the smiling faces.

Professor Phil Brach discusses the
future with a student and family
Anthony, Caroline, Ryan, Tom, Samantha and Winfred
recount their good memories from the past year

Caroline is headed to
start up land with
political trend company

Andrew is thinking about
 his three job offers
Tia is toasting life in the world of HR
at George Washington University
where she interned

The class poses with Program Director Stewart McHie as they
prepare to process to the graduation ceremony and don their hoods

Congratulations Class of 2013!  You worked hard, you played hard, and most of all, you prepared yourselves for a meaningful and successful future.

I know I speak for the entire faculty when I tell you how proud I am of all of you.  It has been a pleasure serving you.

Stewart McHie
Director, Master of Science in Business Analysis

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