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Information sessions set for prospective full-time and evening MBA students

October 17, 2013

The College of Business and Economics at UW-River Falls will hold two information sessions for those interested in learning more about earning a master’s degree in business administration through its part-time evening or full-time MBA programs.

The evening MBA information session is at 6 p.m., on Thursday, Oct. 24, and the full-time MBA information session at 6 p.m., on  Thursday, Nov. 7. Both sessions will be at the UWRF Hudson Center, 2501 Hanley Road, Suite 200, Hudson. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet with Director of Graduate Studies Leanne Van Allen and with other prospective MBA students.

The evening and full-time MBA programs offer the following distinguishing features to prospective students: curriculum that combines business theory with hands-on application, scheduling that supports each program with flexible options for the evening program and daytime classes for the full-time 18-month program, classes conveniently located at the Hudson Center in the East Metro, and minutes from Woodbury, Stillwater, St. Paul, and Western Wisconsin and  a degree that is held to rigorous standards under AACSB International accreditation, which fewer than five percent of the world’s business schools possess.

The evening MBA program is ideal for individuals who desire professional advancement without interrupting their careers, seek to open new doorways to opportunities in an upcoming career change, or recognize the value of an MBA to becoming more effective in their current employment. The support of our distinguished faculty and strong networking
ability adds great value for working professionals in the program.

The full-time MBA program, now in its first full year, permits students to earn an MBA in 18 months. This program is particularly suited for recent undergraduate and international students who are looking to enter the workforce with a competitive edge. Recent accounting graduates also benefit from this program as it provides them with the required 150 credits and the opportunity to sit in on the CPA exam.

The 18-month program focuses on mentorship and a small, exceptional group of students. The program culminates with the practicum, a collaboration with businesses in the St. Croix Valley to address real-world business challenges and to identify solutions.
For information and to RSVP, contact Van Allen at 715-425-3335, mbacbe@uwrf.edu, or visit www.uwrf.edu/MBA.