New modules add industry focus, specialization

The Henley Business School at the University of Reading has announced plans to add themed classes to its EMBA program.

The themes are made up of modules that range across several different industries, including corporate finance, construction management, and real estate.

According to Henley's website, the main curriculum of the two year EMBA program will stay the same, but students will periodically take classes in their chosen specialty.

For more information, please visit Henley's website.

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