MBA students at Fort Hays State score among top graduates in the nation

04/29/16 lds
HAYS, Kan. -- Fort Hays State University's College of Business and Entrepreneurship students graduating with a Masters of Business Administration received outstanding scores on a national test administered by the Educational Testing Service. These scores place them among top graduates in the nation.

MBA graduates Felicia Mincks, Kansas City, Mo.; Marc McCrary, Hutchinson; Nikolous Rempe, McPherson; and Kunwar Shahrukh, Lahore, Pakistan, scored in the 90th percentile nationally on the ETS Major Field Test.

MBA graduates Tim Westfahl, Wichita; Olivia Seirer, Manhattan; Mycal Miles, Douglass; Stephanie Goolsby, Waldo, Fla.; Bryce Owens, Aurora, Colo.; Kai Wang, Xingyang, China; and Juan Hou, San Diego, Calif., scored in the 80th percentile.

"The number of students scoring in the 90th and 80th percentile continues to increase each year," said Merri Incitti, assistant dean for accreditation and assessment of the College of Business and Entrepreneurship. "This is a testament to the quality of our program and dedication of our faculty. Our graduates continue to make us proud."

The ETS Major Field Tests are comprehensive MBA outcomes assessments that are administered to graduating MBA students at FHSU each semester to measure the critical knowledge and understanding obtained by the students. The test evaluates students' abilities to analyze and solve problems, understand relationships and interpret material.

"I am very proud of the quality of FHSU's MBA graduates," said Dr. Mark Bannister, dean of the College of Business and Entrepreneurship. "This national exam demonstrates that our students can compete with MBA graduates from anywhere in the country. We have a high-quality program, which is producing very talented and knowledgeable students."

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