New program designed for individuals without graduate business training

Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB) has announced a new, four-month, part-time Innovation and Entrepreneurship (PRIE) program for non-business Stanford University graduate students and local Bay Area residents.

The program - which is not an MBA - will run from January to May 2011, and will be taught two evenings a week, along with one Saturday. It is intended for individuals who do not already have a graduate business education.

For more information, please visit the Stanford GSB website.

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