Perdue School Offers "4+1" MBA Program
SALISBURY, MD---In today's job market, the more tools in your toolbox, the more marketable your skills. Adding business skills to your tool selection is the goal of the Franklin P. Perdue School of Business's newly created "4+1" Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) program at Salisbury State University.
The "4+1" M.B.A. program consists of completing a minor in business administration during a student's undergraduate career at SSU and then completing the M.B.A. program in one year (full time)in the graduate program. The number of foundation courses has been significantly reduced from past requirements.
Nationally, some 60 percent of the students enrolled in M.B.A. programs do not have an undergraduate degree in business. "The M.B.A. is a versatile degree," said Janine Vienna, Perdue School M.B.A. director, "providing students with education and skills which can be adapted to any career field. Whatever field a person enters, all organizations need employees who know the
basics such as budgeting, accounting, marketing, project management and human resources. The important question one should ask is not 'Where can I use an M.B.A.?' but rather 'Where can't I use it?'"
The Perdue School M.B.A. program is accredited by The International Association for Management Education (AACSB) and is the largest center for business education and development in the region.
For more information call Vienna at 410-548-3983 or e-mail email@example.com.
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