Prospective students interested in learning more about Bemidji State University’s new online master of business administration program are invited to join program faculty and administrators for a free information session, Feb. 17.
The session will begin at 7 p.m. in the Gathering Room at BSU’s American Indian Resource Center. Faculty teaching in the new program will be on hand to answer questions about the BSU MBA’s curriculum, areas of specialization, the admissions process, tuition and available financial aid.
Students interested in starting the MBA program in the fall of 2014 must enroll by May 1.
BSU’s online MBA program will provide students with advanced-level skills and understanding needed to succeed in today’s rapidly changing business world. It is designed to be completed in two years with specialization in management, marketing or finance. It is designed for both working professionals and people who have just completed their bachelor’s degrees.
Bemidji State’s MBA program will include 36 semester credits, with 30 core credits in 10 required courses and a two-course, six-credit elective concentration area.
• Dr. Sanjeev Phukan, professor of business administration, MBA program director, (218) 755-2756