Kent State's College of Business Administration to Host Graduate Programs Night

Kent, Ohio - Oct. 24, 2016

Kent State University's College of Business Administration will hold Graduate Programs Night from 6-8 p.m. on Tuesday, November 15 in the Ballroom Balcony of the Kent State Student Center.

Kent State University's internationally accredited graduate business programs feature innovative curriculum, experienced faculty and flexible scheduling. A masters degree prepares students for senior-level management, executive and research positions in regional, national and international organizations.

The College of Business Administration offers seven graduate programs including Full-time and Part-time MBA's, Executive MBA for Healthcare Professionals, Executive MBA for Corporate Professionals, Masters of Science in Accounting, Masters of Arts in Economics, Masters of Science in Business Analytics and Ph.D. in Business Administration.

"Our Graduate Programs Night event will provide a convenient forum to learn more about the graduate programs that Kent State University's College of Business Administration has to offer," said Felecia Urbanek, graduate coordinator for the College of Business Administration. "Prospective students will gain insight about the programs, curriculum, financial aid options, admissions requirements and deadlines."

There are many concentrations to choose from in the MBA program including Accounting, Economics, Finance, Information Systems, International Business and Supply Chain Management.

Additionally, the College of Business Administration offers five dual-degree programs which allow students to pursue two master's degrees simultaneously. The dual-degrees include MBA/Master in Library and Information Science, MBA/Master of Architecture, MBA/Masters of Science in Nursing, MBA/Masters of Arts in Translation and the newly added MBA/Masters of Arts in Communications Studies.

Students, faculty, staff and the general public are invited to register for the free event.

To register or for more information, call 330-672-2282 or  view master's programs