Columbia Business School Announces "EMBA Saturday" Program

New, Saturdays-only program to be delivered over two years

Columbia Business School has announced a new Executive MBA (EMBA) program - "EMBA Saturday" - that will offer coursework on Saturdays only. The program, which begins in May 2011, will be taught all day every Saturday over two years, excluding holidays and breaks.

Columbia also offers an EMBA Friday/Saturday, a program that lasts five terms rather than the six terms it takes to complete the Saturday-only program.

For more information, please visit the Columbia EMBA program website.

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