New courses cover international business and the public/private intersection

The Kogod School of Business at Washington DC's American University has redesigned its full-time MBA program for 2014.

The updated program features two new core courses: "Business at the Private and Public Intersection and Management," and "Management in the International Economy." Each is two weeks long and takes place during the first year of the two-year program.

The MBA program will also include several opportunities for students to gain practical experience, through a required International Consulting Project and an optional internship.

The redesigned MBA program is set to launch in the fall of 2014.

For more information, please see this news release announcing the redesign of the American Kogod MBA program.

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