Program to be offered in both full- and part-time formats

North Carolina's Elon University Love School of Business will launch a Master of Science in Management in 2015, according to the school's website.

The program will focus on core business topics such as accounting, finance and marketing. Students will also be able to focus in one area of specialization, either organizational analytics or corporate communications. The organizational analytics concentration will prepare graduates for jobs like a financial analyst or a business operations analyst, while the corporate communications track is aimed at those who want careers in branding, education, or communications.

The program is aimed at recent graduates, as well as early-career professionals and those who would like to transition into a new career field.

The MS in Management will be offered in both full- and part-time varieties. If students pursue the program on a full-time basis, they can complete the MS in ten months. The part-time option will be more flexible, where students can complete the program in two years, or at their own pace.

The program is set to launch in August of 2015. To apply for the program, interested candidates must have a bachelor's degree and either a GRE or a GMAT score. The GRE/GMAT can be waived for those who have a bachelor's degree in a quantitative field. For candidates whose native language is not English, a minimum TOEFL score of 79 (internet) or 213 (computer-based) is required.

For more information, please see the Elon - Love MS in Management program webpage.

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