Pittsburg State University and La Rochelle Business School Team Up on New Joint Degree Program

Graduates will receive an MBA from PSU and a master's degree in management from La Rochelle

Kansas' Pittsburg State University Kelce College of Business (PSU) has partnered with France's La Rochelle Business School to offer a new joint MBA/MiM program.

Graduates of the new program will receive an MBA from PSU and a Master in Management degree from La Rochelle. 

To become eligible for the program, PSU students must complete 25 required Kelce MBA credits. Of those who are eligible, a maximum of three students will be chosen for the program each year. Those students will complete one semester at La Rochelle, and then an internship in Europe.

Selection for the MBA/MiM program will be based on GPA and the strength of a required application essay.

Both PSU - Kelce and La Rochelle Business School are accredited by AACSB International.

For more information, please see the PSU news release announcing the launch of the new joint degree program.

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