Program open to professionals and those finishing up their undergraduate studies
Over the 12 months, the program will cover a range of core business administration content, including strategic leadership, accounting and finance. It will feature a special focus area on the management of innovation, which includes courses in entrepreneurship and information systems management.
Applications are now being accepted for the fall 2013 cohort.
For more information, please see this this news release announcing the program, or the one-year MBA program webpage.
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