Western Washington University's MBA Program to Host Information Session Nov. 9

Wednesday, November 2, 2011 - 11:30am

Contact: Dan Purdy, daniel.purdy@wwu.edu.

BELLINGHAM – The Western Washington University Master of Business Administration Program is holding an information session for prospective MBA applicants at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 9 in Parks Hall 441 on the WWU campus.

Professionals who want to learn more about the competitive advantage an MBA degree provides will have the opportunity to hear about Western's program from current students, alumni, and professors.

A presentation and panel discussion will focus on the three on-campus MBA programs offered by Western – Traditional, Accelerated and Evening.  Anyone interested in learning about the MBA program is welcome to visit the on-campus session. No reservations are needed to participate and refreshments will be served.

Free parking is available in the (south campus) gravel C lots between 5 p.m. and 7 a.m. weekdays and weekends. More information including directions and parking information can be found at www.cbe.wwu.edu/mba/openhouse.asp.

The Western MBA Program has been offering graduate business education in the Pacific Northwest for 30 years.  The program offers a part-time evening track, part-time weekend track, traditional two-year track, and accelerated one-year track to serve the needs of the increasingly diverse student population of Washington state. 

The Western MBA Program is ranked among the Top 100 MBA Programs in the world by the Aspen Institute and is number one in the state of Washington. Fully accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) as one of the top five percent of business schools globally, the Western MBA Program seeks to provide a high quality, personal, and flexible experience for its students.

Information, maps and directions for the MBA open house can be found at the Western MBA program web site: www.cbe.wwu.edu/mba. To learn more about the WWU MBA program, please contact Dan Purdy by e-mail at daniel.purdy@wwu.edu