Fox will consolidate its MBA programs, add a new concentration in finance

The MBA programs at Temple University's Fox School of Business will be undergoing some changes this year, according to a report by the university's school newspaper.

The main changes include a consolidation of the school's MBA programs. Fox will be terminating its MBA in International Business Administration, and will no longer offer two joint MBA/MS degree options, in international business and information technology management.

Fox is also restructuring its MBA concentration offerings. It will end some of the less popular concentrations, including pharmaceutical management and risk management, and will be launching a new concentration in finance.

The MBA program will be offered with both full- and part-time options.

For more information, please see the coverage of the Temple Fox MBA changes at the Temple News.

Photo: Wiki Takes Philadelphia / Creative Commons

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