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Lebanon Valley College MBA Grads Eligible for Half-Price Tuition
11.04.13 |

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Lebanon Valley College is introducing a new tuition discount program for graduates of its Master of Business Administration (MBA) program. LVC MBA alumni are now eligible to receive half-price tuition (a savings of $855 per course) for further continuing education opportunities through the MBA program.

“This program provides an affordable opportunity to take a course that adds to continuing professional development or one that may not have been available when students were in the program,” according to Dr. Gregory Buckley, LVC associate dean of graduate students and continuing education.

The College’s MBA program is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills that pay off in the real world. Small, seminar-style classes allow students to learn directly from professors and professionals with years of successful experience in small business, corporate America, and international trade so students can begin applying what they learn almost immediately.

The 12-course, 36-credit accelerated program is completed by most students in 24-30 months. Current coursework focuses on leadership, ethics, financial policy, organizational behavior, communication, operations, and international business. Concentrations are available in healthcare management and school leadership, and electives consider sales, marketing, law, economics, innovation, technology, and project management, among others. More information

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