SU Launches One-Year MBA Program

By Barbara Hauke
Photo Credit: Chris J. Taylor

The Albers School of Business and Economics is launching the Bridge MBA to join its family of nationally ranked graduate business programs. The new program is a one year, full-time MBA program for recent graduates with non-business undergraduate degrees and limited work experience.

The program is designed to jumpstart careers by providing students with broad-based critical thinking skills and business knowledge that employers are seeking in entry-level employees. Students will learn how to apply essential business skills to real life situations through projects and other directed activities. The first class will begin in fall 2013.

In addition to the new Bridge MBA, the Albers School offers a part-time, evening MBA, which has been renamed the Professional MBA. This program is designed for working professionals with several years of work experience. Albers also offers a Master of Science in Finance, a Master of International Business and a Master of Professional Accounting, as well as two Executive MBA programs, the Leadership Executive MBA and the Health Leadership Executive MBA.


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