Tepper Announces EMBA Program in Wealth Management

New program is part of a partnership with HEC Lausanne

The Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University has announced plans to launch a new Executive MBA program in Asset and Wealth Management.

The EMBA is offered as part of a new partnership between Tepper and several Swiss institutions, including HEC Lausanne and the Swiss Finance Institute.

According to Tepper's website, "Graduates of this new program will receive an Executive MBA Degree in Asset and Wealth Management from the Tepper School of Business and an Executive MBA Degree in Asset and Wealth Management from HEC Lausanne, the Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Lausanne."

The new program, which starts in May 2011, will include two six-week classroom sessions, spread out over 20 months and held alternatively at Tepper's Pittsburgh campus and HEC's Lausanne location.

For more information, please see Tepper's website.

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