Kirk Fisher is a Louisiana-based real estate professional who has owned and operated Fisher Real Estate since 2013. Kirk Fisher also works as an adjunct faculty member at Louisiana State University (LSU), Baton Rouge, where he completed his studies toward a master of business administration in finance.
The Flores MBA program at LSU’s E. J. Ourso College of Business can be taken at four different levels. Recent graduate students can look into full-time classes, while working professionals may be more interested in the professional schedule or courses emphasizing executive leadership. The business college also offers online courses. Taking place two nights per week for graduation in just under two years, or four times per month for a 44-month study period, the Flores Professional Program provides balance for study, professional work, and home life.
The Executive Path through the Flores MBA program, meanwhile, focuses on the various management responsibilities executive business leaders must undertake. Classes take place once per week on alternating Fridays and Saturdays, though the program does include international study opportunities. For a complete look into MBA opportunities at LSU, visit www.business.lsu.edu.
Louisiana Business and Law Society
Kirk Fisher joined Louisiana State University as a master of business administration instructor and executive in residence in 2010. Additionally, he holds executive leadership positions with companies such as Fisher Real Estate and Plexos Group. During his time at the university, Kirk Fisher has spoken before a number of prestigious organizations, including the Louisiana Business and Law Society.
The Louisiana Business and Law Society functions as the Paul M. Hebert Law Center’s only student organization that focuses solely on facilitating communications between law and business minds. Among other activities and events, the Business and Law Society regularly invites guest speakers to discuss a broad range of topics that impact the legal and financial sectors.
Thanks in part to a partnership with the Tax Society, the organization was able to engage representatives from Ryan, an internationally renowned tax services firm. The Ryan lecture presented students with valuable insight into the operations of a major tax services provider. Topics discussed included the myriad non-traditional job opportunities that arise while serving with a firm like Ryan, and the importance of multidisciplinary communication when serving client needs as diverse as automated tax processes and audit defense.
To learn more about speakers and other events relevant to the Louisiana Business and Law Society, please visit the organization online at www.sites.law.lsu.edu.