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For Immediate Release: December 5, 2011

 

Providence College MBA Information Session for Working Adults

 

Providence, R.I. - Providence College will be holding an MBA Information Session for working adults on Tuesday, December 13, 2011, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. (Registration at 5:30 p.m.) The event will take place in Harkins Hall, LL 12, Barnini Meeting Room on campus.

The information session is designed to introduce college graduates to PC’s practice-based MBA Program and its elective concentrations in accountancy, finance, international business, management, marketing, and non-profit organizations.

Dr. Catherine Pastille, interim director of the MBA program, will provide an overview of the MBA curriculum, admission requirements, and the program’s flexible schedule and affordable tuition. Faculty and staff members also will be available to talk about PC’s full- and part-time study options, small classes, and unique, experiential learning and internship opportunities. Late afternoon and evening classes are offered.

An integral part of PC’s School of Business, the MBA Program provides students with a real-world focus through graduate-level business internships (for students without prior business experience) and an MBA Student Consulting Center through which students assist area businesses and nonprofits with organizational management and marketing challenges.

The MBA Program application fee will be waived for attendees who apply at the information session.

To learn more about the PC MBA Program and reserve a place at the information session, visit www.providence.edu/mba.

Prospective students can also contact Kathy Follett at 401.865.2333 or kfollett@providence.edu.

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Chrissy Centazzo
Public Affairs and Community Relations Coordinator
ccentazz@providence.edu
401-865-2413
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