Wen, a graduate student in the M.B.A. program, feels that to truly succeed in today's world, a person needs a lot of different skills-skills he's gained at Texas A&M University-Commerce.
From statistics and economics, to finance, marketing and management, Wen is confident the skills he's learned at A&M-Commerce will be invaluable to him in the future.
One of Wen's favorite things about the university is the friendly people on campus and in the community. As an international student, he's especially enjoyed connecting with other students because it has taught him more about himself and his surroundings.
"In the business school, we have Indian students, Chinese students, and American students," says Wen. "It's a good environment to learn about other cultures and prepare for a career in international business."
Professors like Dr. Steven Shwiff have helped Wen find a deeper appreciation for his class work thanks to real world application.
"After Dr. Shwiff's class," Wen said, "I knew how to combine knowledge and theory with reality."
Looking back on his decision to attend A&M-Commerce, Wen is glad he chose a smaller, regional university noting that he likely would not have received the same one-on-one teaching. He's confident A&M-Commerce was the perfect choice.