University of Wyoming Adds Two New MBA Options

New offerings include a dual degree MBA with Pforzheim and an online program in energy

The University of Wyoming's College of Business has announced that it has added to new MBA options to its program offerings. The offerings include a dual degree MBA program with Germany's Hochschule Pforzheim and an online MBA with a concentration in energy.

In the new dual degree MBA program, students will spend their first year on the University of Wyoming's campus, before going to Germany for their second year. In this program, students will be able to choose from electives in various fields, including consulting, marketing, and European perspectives. "The new dual degree is a direct reflection of the ongoing collaborative efforts between the two universities," says Steve Farkas, the director of University of Wyoming's MBA program.

The new "Online Energy Concentration MBA" is specifically designed for working professionals. In addition to core business courses, students enrolled in this program will also take" three energy-focused courses covering a variety of industry relevant topics, ranging from energy project risk and evaluation to energy accounting and supply chain management," according to a news release from the school.

Both programs are set to begin this fall. Candidates are admitted on a rolling basis until June 30th, unless the classes are filled prior to the deadline.

The University of Wyoming's College of Business is accredited by AACSB International. The school offers a range of other MBA programs, including an in-class MBA that can be completed in 16 months, as well as a 21-month long Energy MBA and an online MBA program.

For more information, please see the University of Wyoming news release announcing the launch of the new MBA programs.

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