New, evening classes to start in the fall

The Simon Graduate School of Business at the University of Rochester has announced plans to begin a new, accelerated MBA program.

The program, which will start in September of 2010, will be aimed at working professionals; classes will take place at night over the course of about two and a half years.

According to Simon's website, the program's structure will be group-based: "Teams of students will take their core courses together in a structured fashion and will have the option of taking electives based on the concentration(s) they wish to pursue."

Simon offers partial scholarships to cover tuition and other expenses. The deadline to apply for this September's intake is August 15th, 2010.

For more information, please see Simon's website.

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