Central campus allows for more flexibility
The program is designed to provide flexibility for those who are already working and living in and around Des Moines.
According to UI's website, all classes will be held in Des Moines, except for a short residency at the Iowa City campus at the beginning of each academic year and an international seminar trip during the final semester.
The program will include the same curriculum taught by the same professors as the one offered at the Iowa City campus, and take place over four semesters.
It will begin in January 2011. Information sessions will take place in Des Moines on Thursday, Feb. 11 and Wednesday, March 24.
For more information, please see UI Tippie's website.
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