Kent State's College of Business Administration to Hold Graduate Programs Information Night
PRLog - Feb. 10, 2014 - Kent State’s College of Business Administration will be holding a graduate program information night on Feb. 27 at 6 p.m in the Kent State University Student Center in room 306.
The information night includes opportunities for graduating seniors to meet faculty, alumni and current students who will answer questions and discuss the graduate programs the college has to offer. Information regarding the application process, deadlines, academic requirements and scholarships will also be presented.
Kent State University’s internationally accredited, ranked and affordable graduate business programs feature flexible scheduling, innovative curriculums and experienced faculty.
Kent State’s College of Business Administration’s Master of Business Administration programs were recently recognized in the Princeton Review’s The Best 295 Business Schools: 2014 Edition, and was also ranked 12th best globally by CEO Magazine’s 2014 survey.
The College of Business Administration offers four 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/M.S. in Nursing, MBA/MA in Translation.
The College of Business Administration offers seven graduate programs including MBA Full-time and MBA part-time, Healthcare EMBA, Executive MBA, M.S. in Accounting, M.A. in Economics, and Ph.D. in Business Administration.
Graduate program administrators and faculty from the College of Business Administration that will be presenting include:
· Louise Ditchey, Administrative Director
· Felecia Urbanek, Graduate Coordinator
· Laurie Walker, Director, EMBA program
· Dr. Linda Zucca, Chair, Department of Accounting
· Richard Kent, Chair, Department of Economics
· Pratim Datta, Associate Professor, Management and Information Systems
The information night will take place in the Kent State University Student Center in room 306.
The event is free and open to the public. Anyone interested in learning more about a graduate business degree will find the event helpful.