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Update May 10:
The Post and Courier has more information regarding the 13 month "fast-track" MBA program at the College of Charleston.
Included in the 13 month program is a summer "boot camp" to brush up on basic business skills, full-time day classes, and a three week work-abroad experience.
Update May 6:
The College of Charleston School of Business announced today approval of its Master of Business Administration (MBA) program.
The one-year MBA program will start this July with a “boot camp” for non-business undergraduate students. The first class enrolled in the full-time, day program will graduate in August 2011. The program will accommodate up to 35 students in its first year.
Read the official press release on the College of Charleston's site.ew
Update April 30:
If things go as planned, the College of Charleston's School of Business will be celebrating the addition of a master's of business administration degree to the College's repertoire.
According to the Charleston Regional Business Journal's article, the final step is a vote before the full S.C. Commission on Higher Education on May 6th.
The College of Charleston's Board of Trustees unanimously approved the School of Business' proposal to offer a master's of business administration degree at their last meeting.