New program merges business with

Simon Fraser University (SFU) Beedie School of Business in Vancouver, Canada has announced it is starting a new Executive MBA in Aboriginal Business and Leadership in September 2012. The part-time program will be taught in face-to-face sessions 25 days a year over 3 years.

According to the business school, the new program "includes the core concepts and knowledge included in most MBA programs, but it does so in a way that respects that other forms of knowledge and ways of knowing are also important."

For more information, please visit SFU Beedie's EMBA in Aboriginal Business website.

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