Program will meet once a month, with a two-week residency in Shanghai

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Washington University's Olin School of Business will offer an Executive MBA program in Denver starting this September, according to a press release.

Students in the new program will meet once per month for 20 months. The first half of the program will take place in Denver, while the second half will be held on Washington University's St. Louis campus.

The program will also include a two-week residency in Shanghai, offered in conjunction with China's Fudan University.

Information sessions for the new Denver-based EMBA program will be held on March 6th and April 23rd at the JW Marriott Hotel in Cherry Creek, Colorado. For more information on the new EMBA program or the info sessions, please see the Washington Olin press release announcing the launch of the EMBA program in Denver.

Photo: Anne Hornyak / Creative Commons

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