Iona College Launches 12-Month Fast-Track MBA

The college's Hagan School of Business has cut the number of credits required to graduate with an MBA, and no longer requires the GMAT

Iona College's Hagan School of Business has announced a new fast-track MBA, beginning Fall 2018.

The Catholic college in New Rochelle, New York has cut the number of credits required to graduate from 57 credits to 39, making it possible to complete the program in just 12 months with full-time study.

Students who have work commitments can also choose to study the MBA part-time, which would still see them graduating in less than two years.

Students can still choose from one of seven concentrations, including Marketing, Accounting, Information Systems or one of multiple management concentrations.

Another change to the college's business offering is that it will no longer require applicants to submit GMAT scores.

The Hagan School of Business is accredited by AACSB.

Find out more about Iona College's MBA programs.


Image: Iona College Hagan School of Business by Anthony22 at English Wikipedia [CC0] (cropped), via Wikimedia Commons

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