New 10-month program aimed at students with little or no work experience

The University of Michigan's Ross School of Business has announced that it is launching a Master of Management program starting in July 2014.

The program will take ten months to complete and will cover a variety of business topics, including accounting, finance, strategy, and technology and operations. Electives will be available in "specialty topics such as creativity, persuasive communication, and public policy," according to the Ross course webpage.

The new Master of Management is aimed at students with little to no work experience. Additionally, applicants "with an undergraduate business degree or a minor in business are not eligible for the program," according to a Ross press release.

The application process will begin this summer; early deadline applications will be due in November.

For more information, please see the Michigan Ross press release announcing the launch of the new Master of Management program.

You can also read our recent article about how Master of Management programs differ from MBAs.

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