Ethan Nosky, University of Denver Daniels College of Business, Class of 2014

Oct 16, 2014
Tags: b-school, entrepreneurship, GMAT exam

" The hardest part was adjusting to the  learning style." 

Ethan, Masters of Marketing Student

My name is Ethan Nosky. I'm from Houston, Texas and am an alumnus of the Master's in Marketing program at the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver. I have an undergraduate degree in Marketing from Louisiana State University in Shreveport where I received a scholarship to play collegiate soccer. I have been a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma International Business Honor Society since April 2012 and a member of Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society since May 2013. In my free time I like to play soccer and tennis, explore the outdoors, and listen to music. 

My path to graduate school was unique because I graduated from college in May 2013 and began my graduate program in September 2013. Although I had never worked full-time prior to graduate school, I had completed internships with companies in the entertainment, advertising, and non-profit industries. I always knew graduate school was the right path for me, so I took the GMAT in early January 2013 and started the application process soon after that. Taking the GMAT opened the door to schools I had never even considered, and although it was a very quick application and decision process, I feel that I made the right choice for my career and my future.

From Undergrad to Master's in Marketing

"My MBA program provides me a diversity of knowledge and perspectives. I can easily and quickly apply exactly what I learned in the classroom to my business."

Improving my GMAT Score with a Study Group

"I learn better in classroom setting with a group where I can discuss and talk about things with my peers."