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Built for your success, this accelerated Master of Business Administration program prepares you for top-level business positions.
This M.B.A. program is perfect for recent college graduates and working professionals looking to advance their careers quickly.
The program begins in May 2014 with all classes held at Franklin Pierce's newly renovated facility in the heart of downtown Manchester, N.H. Located in the historic mill district, Franklin Pierce's center is home to graduate programs in business, health science, and education.
Metropolitan Location. Manchester offers students many apartment rental, shopping, and entertainment opportunities. There is also easy access to public transportation and the Manchester airport. Boston is just one-hour away, and the ocean and skiing opportunities are even closer.
Intensive Full-Time Program. Students will complete the 13-course curriculum in four, 12-week terms to graduate in May 2015. All classes will be taught face-to-face, and students will advance through the program together.
Not a Business Major? This program is open to all college graduates, regardless of their major. Foundational courses in accounting and statistics will be offered during the first term for those students who didn't complete these courses as part of their undergraduate degree. Foundational courses prepare students to be successful in the M.B.A.'s quantitative classes.
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Download an M.B.A. program sheet for admission prerequisites, course and tuition information, and admission requirements. GRE/GMAT tests are not required for application. Applications are due by March 31, 2014.
One-Year Accelerated M.B.A. Program Sheet
To apply, students must complete an application and admissions portfolio, as well as provide official transcripts from previously attended schools. The application process begins with submission of your online application; admissions portfolio documents and transcripts are to be sent separately following online application submission.
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