Program is aimed at full-time professionals; begins February 2013

Illinois State University has announced plans to offer a new MBA program in downtown Chicago.

The new program features the same curriculum as Illinois State's existing weekend-format "Corporate MBA program," and as such is geared towards full-time business professionals with significant work experience. According to an Illinois State news release, the target audience includes "mid- to upper-level corporate managers, business entrepreneurs and other institutional leaders with undergraduate business majors or minors."

Students can complete the program in as little as 20 months. The first cohort is set to begin in February 2013.

For more information, please see the Illinois State news release announcing the launch of the Chicago MBA program.

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