New format allows students to graduate in two years, rather than three

George Mason University has announced plans to update its Evening MBA program with a new modular course delivery format, beginning in the Fall of 2013.

In the new format, students take two courses per semester. Each course meets two nights a week for 11 weeks, making the program a convenient option for Washington DC-area working professionals.

The new format allows students to complete the MBA program in two years.

For more information, please see this Mason press release that announced the MBA program redesign.

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