Flexible program intended for local working professionals

Pepperdine's Graziadio School of Business and Management has announced plans to offer its Fully Employed MBA program (FEMBA) in Pasadena.

The program's structure will be similar to Pepperdine's FEMBA offered in Santa Barbara: classes are held one night a week in Pasadena, and then students attend seven Saturdays per term at the Encino or West Los Angeles campus.

This MBA program is designed for working professionals in Pasadena and other parts of the San Gabriel Valley, who may not be able to regularly commute to one of Pepperdine's other Los Angeles-area campuses. Students can expect to finish the MBA in 28 months.

For more information, please visit Pepperdine's Pasadena MBA web page

Pepperdine is hosting an info session on May 9th for those interested in this MBA program.

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