For Immediate Release
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June 13, 2001
For More Information Contact:
Office of Marketing and Communications
219-980-6685
New Fast Track MBA Program for Full Time Workers
Undergraduate Program Offers New Financial Information Systems 
and Business Administration Concentrations 

Indiana University Northwest’s School of Business and Economics is launching its new fast track, part time (MBA) masters of business administration program this summer, and is designed for individuals who work full time and want to pursue their degree on a part time basis.

Students with an undergraduate degree in business may qualify to enter directly into the 30-credit hour MBA core program that can be finished in 20 months on a part time basis. Classes will be held two evenings per week with no weekend classes required. Students with an undergraduate degree in a field other than business can complete the fast track MBA program in 24 to 33 months.

The School of Business and Economics is also offering new concentrations under their Bachelor of Science in Business programs including financial information systems (FIS) and business administration. The FIS concentration gives students greater exposure to management information systems and finance and is designed for individuals who want to pursue Certified Public Accounting, Certified Financial Management or Certified Management Accountant. The new business administration concentration prepares students to compete effectively in e-commerce and business-to-business interchange, as well as provides a thorough understanding of organizational processes and process management. Both concentrations focus on blending leadership, teamwork and technology into the curriculum.

For more information on IU Northwest’s School of Business and Economics and its new MBA fast track and undergraduate programs, telephone 219-980-6634 or 6635 or go to the web at http://www.iun.edu/business/.

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