The new, full-time program set to begin in August

As part of a campus-wide tinkering with curriculum, Florida Southern College (FSC) is turning what used to be a part-time MBA program into a more encompassing, full-time one.

The new program will appeal to younger students rather than those who are at mid-career level, according to the school. Staying with this theme, the program's entry requirements will be reduced: no work experience required.

For more information on the new, full-time MBA program, please visit the Florida Southern College website.

Editor's Note: Correction on February 16, 2011 - An undergraduate degree is required for admission.

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