Updated program to feature new courses and concentrations

The Leavey School of Business at California's Santa Clara University has announced that it has restructured its Evening MBA curriculum for fall 2013.

The updated program will feature new core courses in business communications and innovation, as well as a revised 20-week cohort-based structure for other core courses (such as accounting and economics.)

The structure of the MBA program's concentrations has also been redesigned with a more interdisciplinary approach. Evening MBA students can pursue one of a nine concentrations, including Finance, Data Science and Business Analytics, and Digital Marketing and E-Commerce.

Students in Santa Clara's Evening MBA program take courses during weekday evenings and can complete the program in as few as two years.

For more information, please see Santa Clara's Evening MBA program update page.

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