We have found 2 business schools in Mississippi that offer part-time MBA programs leading to an Master of Business Administration degree. Check the following list to see average GMAT score, acceptance rate and total enrollment for each of Mississippi MBA universities.
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National Monuments in Mississippi
The Medgar and Mirley Evers House is a house museum in the city of Jackson, where the family of this prominent black civil rights activist lived. Built in 1956.
National Historic Parks in Mississippi
National Historical Park of the city of Natchez, which includes the place where Fort Rosalie was built at the beginning of the 18th century; the home of the black barber William Johnson, who lived here in the first half of the 19th century, as well as the Melrose mansion, built in Natchez in 1848.
National military parks in Mississippi
Shiloh National Military Park is located in the northern Mississippi (and also in the neighboring state of Tennessee). On the territory of the park in April 1862, one of the battles of the American Civil War, known as the Battle of Shiloh, took place. Also located here is the Shiloh National Cemetery.
Vicksburg National Military Park is located in the eastern Mississippi (and also in the neighboring state of Louisiana). On the territory of the park in May-July 1863, one of the most important battles of the American Civil War, known as the Siege of Vicksburg, took place. Also located here is Vicksburg National Cemetery.
National battlefields in Mississippi
The battlefield at Brice Roads (also known as the “Battle of Brice Crossroads”), held in June 1864 near the city of Baldwin during the American Civil War.
The battlefield of Tupelo (also known as the “Battle of Harrisburg”), which took place in July 1864 near the city of Tupelo during the American Civil War.
National Seashore in Mississippi
The Gulf Islands National Seashore includes several barrier islands and coastal areas in the states of Mississippi and Florida.
National park roads in Mississippi
The Natchez Trace is a highway between Natchez, Mississippi, and Nashville, Tennessee. Passes along the route of the historical forest trail, laid by the Indians and used, including by American pioneers and traders in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
National trails in Mississippi
Natchez Trace – sections of the historic forest trail. Laid along the National Park Road of the same name.