There’s never been a better time to consider continuing your education. If the idea of attaining an MBA piques your interest, keep reading to discover the benefits of continuing your studies locally at the University of Montevallo—including how receiving an MBA degree can expand your career potential.
As spring semesters come to an end and summer begins, many students are left wondering what’s in store for the 2020 fall semester. Hopefully, we can answer some of your burning questions with information from colleges throughout Alabama.
“I believe it’s always good to have a graduate degree, especially when you don’t know where life may take you,” according to Liucija Smaizyte Wright, a current Montevallo MBA student. Keep reading to find out more about her experience and that of Doug Ford, a current student in the program. If you’re ready to make an impact in the business world, apply for a Montevallo MBA now.
We all know the transition from studying to working can be tough. The Grainger Center for Professional Practice at University of Montevallo’s Stephens College of Business does what every other career center wishes it could do. It helps set students up for success—both in school and in their future careers.
Imagine having all that support to help you make it through undergrad or an MBA program without a hitch. Check out Montevallo’s MBA program here, and read on for all the details.
From the bricks of Montevallo to the cobblestones of Savannah, GA, home is never far away.
University of Montevallo alumna and Hoover native Linn Gresham has begun a venture with design partner, Leah Bailey, on a potential new HGTV show titled “Vintage Savannah”. The design duo works together to “restore Savannah’s antiquated homes into contemporary treasures.”
As college football season is (finally) here, so is another tradition: College Colors Day! This annual celebration is observed nationwide by students, parents, family, fans, and alumni. To celebrate, all you have to do is wear your college team’s colors or college/university apparel.
The Bham Now team has decided to honor this tradition by donning our colors and answering some questions about our beloved schools! The team represents 4 Birmingham area universities; Samford University, the University of Alabama, the University of Montevallo (which does not have a football team), and the University of Alabama at Birmingham (which had a football team, then didn’t, now has one again – YAY).