With the new location, the school hopes to attract local professionals in Missouri and northern Arkansas, who were not previously able to commute to the main campuses in Fulton, Columbia, or Jefferson City.
WWU's MBA program caters to working professionals, by offering classes at night. Students can focus on topics like Health Management and Agribusiness.
Branson, because of its dozens of theaters and music venues, is provincially known as the "Live Entertainment Capital of the World."
For more information, please see the William Woods University website
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