Daniels' new program is for students with an undergraduate business degree

The University of Denver Daniels School of Business has announced plans to offer a new, accelerated one-year MBA program.

The new program, which starts in the fall, is specifically designed for students who already have an undergraduate degree from an AACSB-accredited business school and want to minimize the time they spend out of the workforce. The program will use students' previous business education as a starting point for more advanced studies.

Students will be able to choose from a range of concentrations, including marketing, finance, and real estate management. The curriculum will also include live consulting projects and other practical, hands-on learning devices.

For more information, please see Daniels' website

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