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*Students take their marks for B-school race

The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, January 26, 1994 - 7
SHARING THE SPOTLIGHT

O Competition for BBA
program mounts as
application deadline
draws near
By REBECCA DETKEN
.FOR THE DAILY
It's that time of year again. Hun-
lreds of students are applying to the
bachelor of Business Administration
:(BBA) program in the Michigan Busi-
iess School, hoping their applications
'ave what it takes to be accepted.
While the Business school receives
approximately 650 applications a year,
only 280 spots are available. With
such standards, only the strongest stu-
dents survive the application process.
ut how do they go about it, and why
do they want to enter the program so
badly?
Because Michigan has one of the
finest undergraduate business pro-
rams, students face great competi-
tion to be admitted. Business school

Dean B. Joseph White said the Busi-
ness school gained its prestigious
reputation through "the quality of the
faculty and students, the small class
size, the achievement of its gradu-
ates, and the placement record."
Students presently in the BBA
program said they like it for various
reasons.
Senior Tracy Tubilewicz said, "I
love the Business school. The pro-
gram encourages participating, which
has helped me to become less shy."
Another senior, Lynn Kotwicki
said, "The reputation of the Business
school has been most beneficial in
interviewing for jobs.
"A BBA from Michigan is often
better than an MBA from another
school," she said.
April Becker, an LSA sophomore
who is applying to the program, said
she has applied to other business
schools as well.
However, she said she wants to be

in the University's BBA program be-
cause "there is a lot of pride and a
greater flexibility in the program."
When considering applicants, the
Business school looks closely at aca-
demic records and work experience,
as well as extracurricular activities,
White said.
"We pay special attention to eco-
nomics and accounting courses. Build-
ing a record of personal achievement
to point to is very important as well,"
he added.
Kotwicki said she feels that any
business-related work experience is
the key.
"I had three full summers of gen-
eral business work. I got in, whereas
a girl that lived down the hall from me
had a 3.9 GPA and didn't get ac-
cepted," she said.
"I think that they're looking for
someone that excels in the prerequi-
site classes - somebody that has
definite career goals and is interested

in more than one aspect of the busi-
ness world," Becker said.
"I definitely want to go into busi-
ness," she added.
But some students said they are
not as certain.
Engineering sophomore Andrew
Freese said, "I applied because I am
not sure of what I want to do, and this
gives me another option to look into."
White advised those who are in
doubt as to whether they want to be in
the BBA program to pursue a liberal
arts degree and to get a professional
education as a graduate student.
He also gave suggestions for those
students who do not get accepted.
"Don't despair. Remember that
there are many paths to success in the
business world, which the BBA pro-
gram is only one of," White said.
The final deadline for accepting
applications is March 1, but those
turned in after Feb. 15 will be consid-
ered only as space permits.

ANASTASIA BANICKU/Daily
School of Music Junior Peter Drost sets the stage lights at the Power
Center before "The Spirit of Diaghilev" performances Feb. 3-6.
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NOW HIRING- Midnight Bakers. Will train.
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OW HIRING for spring/summer & fall
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RELIABLE PERSON wanted to walk ener-
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Positions available throughout the midwest.
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SUMMER MANAGEMENT opportunities
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Build your resume and gain valuable busi-
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TELEMARKETERS needed for local firm.
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TEMPORARY PIT HELP for downtown
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To explore job opportunities avail. w/The
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U OF M WORK STUDY students preferred
- Michigan Union Food Service offers Stu-
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positions. Call Darla Dean or Charles Nelson
at 763-5789 for details.
VALET PARKING local restaurants posi-
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TICKETS
HELP! I need tickets for the Jan. 29th game
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WANTED 2 together, b-ball. UM-Purdue,
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NEED $? I need your student AmEx./ Other
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$3000 SCHOLARSHIP for 94-95 for a
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Clerical position helping w/office procedures,
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Those interested call Joan 747-4776.
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