MSA – Fall Session 2020

Keeping You On-Track for Career Success

We are excited to welcome you to the MSM program and the School of Business!

By now you’ve heard that the class of 2021 will begin building their community in an online learning environment for the summer session. While we’d much rather be on campus with you, we feel it’s more important to keep you in synch with the calendar of career opportunities that await once you complete the MS in Management than to risk those with a later start. We want to assure you that regardless of the mode of delivery you will experience the same things that make Wake Forest such a special place, including:

Synchronous, engaging
class sessions

Your classes will have significant amounts of synchronous learning, where regular discussions with your professors and fellow students is the norm.

High-quality
asynchronous content

Because we currently offer online degree programs, we have experience building high-quality asynchronous content to augment your synchronous class time.

Clear, consistent,
frequent communication

You can count on regular dialog with faculty, staff, and fellow students. We build it into the way we operate.

Easy and regular
access to faculty

Connecting with your professors is easy at Wake Forest. They offer generous office hours and enjoy getting together with students outside of class.

Personal attention &
support from staff & faculty

Our faculty and staff genuinely care about each and every student – routinely going out of their way to ensure each student receives time and attention needed to make them successful in and out of class.

Personalized
career coaching

The Market Readiness and Employment (MRE) team routinely connects with each student to assist them in formulating and executing an individually crafted career plan.

“I have really appreciated the thought and effort that went into WFUSB response to COVID-19. I feel that everything was done to make it an easy transition from on-ground to online learning, and adjustments were made as needed to better the response along the way. I also appreciate the numerous opportunities to maintain connections that were provided by the program. ”

Class of 2020 Graduate Student

On these pages you’ll get a sense of what we’re talking about. And of course, we welcome you to reach out to John White or any of us here should you have any questions at all.