MBA information session at Wingate University, June 26

From a press release:

MBA information session at Wingate University, June 26

Wingate University will host an informal information session regarding the MBA program in Hendersonville, N.C. on Thursday, June 26 at 6:30 p.m. The information session will be held on the Wingate University Hendersonville Campus located in downtown Hendersonville at 220 5th Avenue East. Anyone interested in learning more about the MBA program is invited. No R.S.V. P. is required.

This part-time evening program serves the Asheville and Hendersonville regions of western North Carolina and is geared toward working professionals seeking to go to the next level in their careers. The inaugural class of Hendersonville MBA students graduated in December 2013.

“The Hendersonville MBA program is structured as a lock-step program, with a cohort of students moving together in sequence through a year-round schedule of courses, typically taking two MBA classes each semester,” MBA Director Mark Bryant said. “There is still plenty of time to apply and enroll for the fall 2014 semester.” For more information, contact Mark Bryant at 980-359-1031 or mbryant@wingate.edu or visit www.wingate.edu/hendersonville/mba.

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