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Baylor's Hankamer School of Business offers a variety of graduate degrees. The author has caught up with two of Baylor's alumni to see how their graduate degrees have served them within their careers. With the IT industry expanding, Adrian Gorena took advantage of the opportunity and became a member of one of the first Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS) classes at Baylor. After earning his MSIS degree, he was hired by Compaq, which then merged with Hewlett-Packard (HP). He has been with HP, headed by CEO and Baylor alumnus Mark Hurd, ever since and serves as manager of the company's e-commerce operations in Latin America and Canada. Before launching her career, Carmelita Chadwick, senior budget analyst, US Department of Defense, earned an undergraduate and graduate degree through Baylor's five-year Master of Accountancy program, while simultaneously completing Baylor's Air Force Reserve Officers' Training Corps program. Chadwick learned the importance of time management through her enrollment in both programs.
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