Our one-day and two-day courses help working professionals hone specific business skills to advance their careers. Covering topics such as finance and accounting, project management and leadership, these courses take place at our CITYCENTRE Houston facility and are taught by top faculty at Mays Business School.
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Students in our BBA programs develop a solid foundation in core business knowledge and are able to specialize in areas of interest through a range of majors and certificate programs.
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Whether a student wants to craft an medical school application essay that is deeply personal or one that focuses more on scientific and clinical experience, our writers are poised to help.
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One of the 3,488 full-time undergraduates who enrolled at Sacred Heart in fall 2011 conveyed that information particularly well. Transferring from a local community college, the student expressed in her essay her desire to be part of a diverse student body and taught by experienced professors invested in students’ success. “The staff and students I met during my campus visit showed me the potential Sacred Heart students have to achieve and succeed. It seems to be a real partnership, with teachers who are truly interested in helping their students meet challenges and be the best they can be. For me, a business major, it was also impressive to see that many of the adjuncts who teach at Sacred Heart’s John F. Welch College of Business are not just well-respected instructors, but well-respected leaders out in the business field,” the student wrote.
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“Certainly, you don’t want to use your essay to spotlight weaknesses, criticize another school, or in any way be defensive or negative,” Jordan says. “But when appropriate, the essay can be an effective way to show your character, your ability to take ownership of your actions, and your determination to succeed. The essay is a wonderful tool, because it allows you to tell your own story in your own words.”
Bill Ennis, Chief Human Resource Officer, Academy Sports + Outdoors
Available majors, social environment, internship opportunities, and class size are all common reasons that lead students to leave one school for another. In their essay, transfer students should explain these or other reasons as clearly and concisely as possible, taking advantage of the opportunity to show what they have learned about themselves and the kind of college they believe is right for them.
Rob Saiter, Managing Director, Life Sciences @ Accenture Consulting
Particularly for students applying for residency or specialty programs, your medical school personal statement can assist admissions staff in better understanding the applicant's particular goals.