create an environment conducive to networking and business opportunities.
The most basic need in the MIBA community today is the creation
of networking opportunities. As the program grows and the number
of students increases, it becomes harder for the alumni and
students to keep in touch. As a result, potential contacts and
business opportunities are often lost.
capitalize on the collective experience of the alumni.
Because the MIBA community has been up to this point neglected,
the knowledge and experience of its alumni have yet to be tapped.
The current students undoubtedly lose an important point of
reference when they cannot gauge how valuable their degree will
be upon graduation.
strengthen the ties between the Fort Lauderdale and the Kendall
campuses. The MIBA program is so short that most
students don't realize how much they lose in the form of friendships
and business contacts by the lack of contact between the Ft.
Lauderdale and the Kendall campuses. Without a natural link
to the university, it will only get more difficult to reconnect
with the alumni as more time passes by.
create a lasting bond with Nova Southeastern University. The MIBA Alumni Chapter recognizes our community's needs and
we are committed to making a difference in the program and the
alumni community by fostering friendships and encouraging networking
opportunities. As we form closer ties to each other we will
also be creating a link to NSU.
assist and influence the Huizenga School administration in order
to give alumni and current students a voice in the future of
the MIBA program. Another concern for many of the
current students and alumni alike is the need to improve the
MIBA program. Addressing issues such as teacher selection, admission
standards, and changes to the curriculum can eventually lead
to an even better and more reputable international business
program which will enhance the value of our degree.