Vanderbilt, FIA, ITAM, and Simon Fraser Launch "Americas MBA"
Two-year program will involve weekend classes and visits to all four schools
Each participating school in the two-year, part-time program will start with 15 students, who will take weekend classes at their "home school" throughout the first year. Then during the second year, students from all four schools will be grouped together for coursework and projects at each of the four campuses.
For more information about the new program, please visit the Vanderbilt website or FIA website.
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