Berkeley College announced Tuesday that it will offer its first master’s degree program — a Master of Business Administration in Management — just in time for fall semester to start in September 2015.“Berkeley College cultivates responsible leaders prepared to succeed in a dynamic, global business environment,” Dario A. Cortes, president of Berkeley College, said in a prepared statement. “The Berkeley MBA program offers a curriculum anchored in the core values of integrity, stewardship, sustainability and inclusiveness, and reflects the College’s longstanding commitment to student-centered, professional education.”
The MBA program will deliver classes that were developed with recommendations from business and industry leaders, according to Berkeley. It will allow students to gain the knowledge required to excel in a technology-driven and diverse business environment.
The MBA in Management will be taught at the School of Graduate Studies in Woodland Park.
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