New MBA program focuses on business foundations, requires no work experience

This fall, Colorado State University will launch an MBA program aimed at students at the beginning of their careers, according to a news release.

The "Early Career MBA" is aimed at students with little to no work experience, and covers topics in business fundamentals. It will be delivered through a hybrid model, with both in-class and online learning components.

The program will also offer students the chance to get hands-on experience through internships. The program will take two years to complete.

For more information, please see the Colorado State University news release announcing the launch of the Early Career MBA program.

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