Concentration options include Financial Markets and International Management

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The University of Illinois at Chicago's Liautaud Graduate School of Business has announced plans to launch a new Accelerated MBA program this year.

The program will be 12 months long. During the program, students can choose one of two concentrations: Financial Markets and Risk Management or International Management.

The Financial Markets and Risk Management track begins in May, while the International Management track begins in August. 

Applications are now being accepted. For more information, please see the UIC Liautaud MBA program webpage.

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