New course will include five weeks of discussion and a week of travel abroad

The University of Utah's David Eccles School of Business in Salt Lake City, Utah has announced it will be adding an "international elective course" with a week-long international travel component to its part-time Professional MBA program.

The new elective - available beginning in Spring 2012 - will include five weekly, four-hour discussions about a region of the world followed by a one-week study trip.

The school, however, has not yet announced which countries/regions the elective will cover.

For more information, please visit the program website.

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