Students can now choose from among seven different concentrations
According to a news release, the new curriculum will focus on emerging business aspects such as globalization, sustainability, and analytics. Students will be able to choose one of seven concentrations, which include finance, accounting, international business, and sustainable leadership.
The two-year program offers classes at night in Rock Hill (just south of Charlotte, North Carolina), as well as the option to take hybrid classes that combine in-class meetings with online coursework. The new course options will be offered starting this fall.
For more information, please see Winthrop's news release announcing the MBA program's redesign.
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