Saturday-only program to launch this fall

UIC Campus

The University of Illinois at Chicago's Liautaud Graduate School of Business (UIC) will begin offering a Saturday-only part-time MBA program this fall.

The new offering is a variation of the school's traditional part-time program, in which students attend classes on weeknights. Like with UIC's other MBA offerings, students are able to select from a variety of concentrations, such as accounting, real estate, or finance.

The Weekend MBA program is cohort-based and takes two years to complete.

For more information, please see the UIC press release which announces the launch of the Weekend MBA program.

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