TROY Master’s at Work helps professionals achieve goals

TROY student Erika Barnes Ford shares her experiences with the Master's at Work MPA program, which helps working professionals earn a master's degree.

TROY student Erika Barnes Ford shares her experiences with the Master's at Work MPA program, which helps working professionals earn a master's degree.

Returning to school at nearly 50 years of age has been more taxing than I originally anticipated, TROY Master’s at Work MPA Program has exceeded my expectations. It’s the perfect complement to aid me in achieving my professional goals. The structure—in-person lectures and online classes—has helped me have a more productive experience.

I began my…

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TROY’s MBA program helps fuel grad student’s dreams

Sorrell College of Business graduate Devante Brown is a divisional engineer position at Georgia-Pacific’s Atlanta regional office.

Sorrell College of Business graduate Devante Brown is a divisional engineer position at Georgia-Pacific’s Atlanta regional office.

Two-thousand and eighteen was full of celebration and new beginnings for TROY graduate student Devante Brown.

This past year, the Atmore native married his college sweetheart, received a promotion and started his own non-profit organization, all while continuing to pursue his MBA from TROY’s acclaimed and accredited Sorrell College of Business.

“It’s definitely been an…

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Troy University opens new location in Alpharetta

Troy University staff joined the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce and local leaders for a ribbon cutting at the University’s new location.

Troy University staff joined the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce and local leaders for a ribbon cutting at the University’s new location.

Troy University has moved its metro Atlanta support center to a new home in fast-growing North Fulton County.

Now located at 2855 Old Milton Parkway, Suite 100, in Alpharetta, the move puts TROY’s support services closer to Atlanta’s economic powerhouse, with a workforce of more than 273,000 people.

“The staff at the Atlanta Support Center…

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TROY grad student turns classwork into advocacy for disabled adults

TROY graduate student Lakisha Smith, right, and her son Tyree. Smith has been advocating for adult-sized changing tables in public restrooms.

TROY graduate student Lakisha Smith, right, and her son Tyree. Smith has been advocating for adult-sized changing tables in public restrooms.

A Troy University graduate student has become part of a campaign focused on improving the lives of disabled adults in the Atlanta area.

Lakisha Smith, a graduate student pursuing a Master of Public Administration degree through TROY Online and the holder of a master’s in business administration from TROY, is the mother of 13-year-old Tyree…

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Mother, daughter graduate from Troy University together

Mother, daughter graduate from Troy University together

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