New program now requires less time; new concentrations available

The University of Michigan at Dearborn's College of Business has re-launched its MBA program, which now requires less time to complete and offers new concentrations.

The program now only requires 48 course credits to complete (down from 63), including three courses from a new "Applied Integrated Management" selection. The applied courses cover management topics like international business and corporate finance in real-world situations.

The MBA program also offers a new range of nine optional concentrations: Accounting, Finance, Human Resource Management, International Business, Investment, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Supply Chain Management, and Taxation.

Michigan-Dearborn's MBA program can be pursued on a full- or part-time basis, as well as online. Students can start in September, January, or May.

For more information, please see the Michigan-Dearborn news release announcing the changes to the MBA program.

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