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University News

Category: Business

University Launches MPH/MBA Dual Degree

Program creates opportunities for students to meet today’s health-care industry challenges

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Investing in the Future

Student Managed Investment Fund gives students experience to help launch their careers

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Scenes From Graduation Week

Determined despite a pandemic, voices from the 2021 Commencement ceremonies touch hearts, offer hope for the future

Mimi Feliciano received an honorary degree at the evening Feliciano School of Business ceremony, Monday, June 7, 2021.

Entrepreneur Mimi Feliciano Receives Honorary Degree

University benefactor is honored with degree she began decades ago

Feliciano Business Online provides a structured, efficient, fully online path to a bachelor’s degree in as few as five semesters.

Feliciano Business Online Launches for Fall 2021

Students with associate degrees can achieve a bachelor’s in just 20 months

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Graduate Programs Ranked Among Nation’s Best By U.S. News

Education, Public Health and Part-Time MBA rankings rise in 2022 results

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Give Us Your Best Pitch

Startup Montclair to help launch winning ideas at annual pitch contest; entry deadline is April 1

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U.S. News & World Report Ranks Online Graduate Programs Among U.S. Best

Educational Leadership program ranked No. 1 in New Jersey and No. 15 in nation in 2021 rankings

Weekly Networking for Women Entrepreneurs

Women’s Entrepreneurship Week expands to multiple events through the fall

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Taking Care of Business

University and community partners collaborate in opening off-campus incubator in Montclair Center to help student and community entrepreneurs thrive.

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How Our Mental Health Will Impact the Economy

Economics expert David Axelrod cautions that the pandemic could influence our buying behaviors, and that will determine how quickly economy bounces back

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University Names Kimberly Killmer Hollister Dean of the Feliciano School of Business

Veteran professor and administrator to lead School’s continued innovation