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University of Pittsburgh Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business Place of visit: University of Pittsburgh
Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business
Mervis Hall
, 15260 US Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15260 U.S.

The Graduate School of Business Katz offers a high quality education company that focuses on the learning experience and the development of an appropriate mix of hard and soft skills to ensure students' success in competitive environment, the global market. Katz The Schoo l 's strong relationships with organizations ranging in size from Fortune 100 companies to innovative, help us to continually improve our business to educate the business start-ups and to help our students find jobs after graduation.

The University has established its Graduate School of Business in 1960 and began offering the nation 's first year master's program in business administration. Dedicated and renamed in 1987, thanks to the generosity of the entrepreneur Joseph M Katz ., the school is recognized as a leader in education and research.

The University of Pittsburgh was one of the 16 founding members of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Today AACSB Internationa l is the accrediting body of choice for the Bachelor of , master of, and doctoral degree programs in business administration and accounting. AACSB International accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide. Pitt is proud to have been continuously accredited by AACSB since 1919.

In collaboration with the College of Business Administration, which offers undergraduate degrees and five education and research centers, the Graduate School of Business Katz is . Pitt Pitt Business Affairs academic areas are: Accounting, decisions, operations and information technology, finance, organizations and economic entrepreneurship, marketing and business.

Pitt Business Strategic Initiatives

  • A commitment to experience-based learning (EBL) that is distinctive and effective enough to provide schools and students with a competitive advantage.
  • A dedication to globalism, leading business opportunity in response to shifting centers of economic growth. It should be noted that globalism requires a commitment to diversity.
  • The focus on the supply and management of the value chain chain overcomes the deficiencies in our program addresses the growing importance of knowledge management and technology transfer, and promotes integration Research in all groups of faculty.
  • The focus on entrepreneurship is adopted as a state of mind rather than a context (eg, small businesses and non-profit organizations) and projectors selected niches.
  • A desire to work with other units of the University of Pittsburgh.

2005-09-22 12:05:05 by PGStreet

Bottom line with Pittsburgh

I spent two years in graduate school in Pittsburgh and have since worked the past four years in DC. For all the people asking about Pittsburgh, I would break it down like this:
* If you are a down-to-earth person and can attain a job you can be passionate about, you will enjoy a very well-rounded life in Pittsburgh. People are straight-shooters (relative to other larger cities), they have stable institutions and traditions, good school districts, fine culture and universities, and great housing options.
* If you are an elitist (I'm not using that word entirely in the pejorative), you most likely will not like Pittsburgh unless you are there for a long period of time and it grows on you

2011-09-06 16:04:16 by babysittermia

Babysitter in pittsburgh and suburbs

My name is Mia Gurgiolo and I am a recent graduate of the University of Pittsburgh. I am an English Writing major with a Certificate in Children's Literature. I have been serving with AmeriCorps - KEYS Service Corps since the beginning of the summer. I worked with infants and pre-k children in the daycare at Mount Ararat Community Center and kids ages 5 - 14 in the Mount Ararat Summer Camp. I am 23 years old and I have a seventeen-year-old brother. I have baby sat for a couple in Edgewood with a one-year-old baby girl. When I was in high school, I baby sat regularly for a newborn, a two-year-old, and a seven-year-old

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