Learn how to earn an MBA

RICHLAND –  Information meetings are being held this month about earning a Washington State University Master’s in Business Administration degree. 

The MBA program is offered on the WSU Tri-Cities campus in Richland and also through interactive videoconferencing at the WSU Learning Centers learning centers in Yakima and Wenatchee.

Each session will last about an hour. WSU Tri-Cities College of Business professors and MBA program graduates will be on hand at each information meeting to describe the program and answer questions.

Information meetings are scheduled for:
– Wenatchee — 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 27, in the WSU North Central Washington Learning Center on the Wenatchee Valley Community College campus, 1300 Fifth St., Suite 1060, in Wells Hall, Room 1033. Call (509) 662-2660 ext. 24.

– Tri-Cities — 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 28, WSU Tri-Cities, 2710 University Drive, Richland, in the Consolidated Information Center, Room 120. Call (509) 372-7360.

– Yakima — 6 p.m. Thursday, March 29, in the WSU South Central Washington Learning Center on the Yakima Valley Community College campus, 1000 S. 12th St., in the Deccio Higher Education Center, Parker Room. Call (509) 574-6897.

The WSU Tri-Cities MBA program is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The curriculum is taught by nationally recognized faculty members with industry experience. All faculty members in the MBA program hold doctorate degrees in their specialties. The resident faculty members are doing leading research in their fields of study. The adjunct professors are business leaders and executives with the practical expertise that’s critical for a successful career in the business world.

The next semester of MBA classes starts in late August 2007. For information online, go to www.tricity.wsu.edu/business.

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