New five year program combines management with fine arts

AACSB-accredited Long Island University has announced the launch of a new dual degree program that combines an MBA with a Bachelor of Fine Arts.

The new joint degree program will launch this fall and take five years to complete. It aims to give artists an understanding of the business and management aspects of the arts and entertainment industries.

For more information, please see the Long Island University press release announcing the launch of the MBA/BFA dual-degree program.

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