New program starts in March; will be taught on weekends

The University of Rochester's (UR) Simon School of Business Administration will be launching a part-time Master of Science degree program that will be offered part-time in New York City beginning in March.

The 13-month program will be taught mostly on weekends, with two week-long blocks: one in New York over the summer, and another in Switzerland in March 2012.

After completing the program, students can apply the credits to an MBA program, which can be completed by spending an additional year at UR.

For more information, please visit the program website.

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