Sacramento State to Launch MBA Program in Singapore

Blended online and in-class program can be completed in 12 months

The College of Business Administration at Sacramento State University has announced the launch of a new international MBA program (IMBA) in Singapore.

According to a press release, the purpose of the program is to provide "students of the international community the opportunity to become business leaders in the global marketplace."

The course takes includes distance learning components: the lectures for core courses will take place in class, while those for electives will take place online.

If students already have a basic understanding of statistics, accounting, and economics, they can complete the course in 12 months. If not, students will be required to take a series of prerequisites, which add three months to the length of the program.

The program will begin in November.

For more information, please see the video below, or read the Sacramento State press release.

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