Bridget F. Clark
(SPARKILL, NY, March 1, 2010) --St. Thomas Aquinas College will host an information session for individuals interested in the College’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program on Saturday, March 20 at 10:30 a.m. on the College’s main campus in Sparkill. For reservations or information, contact the Graduate Admissions Office of St. Thomas Aquinas at 845-398-4100 or e-mail email@example.com.
St. Thomas’ MBA classes are offered on either Friday evening, Saturday morning, or Sunday morning - each class meeting for nine sessions. Occasionally a week night class is offered. Beginning Fall 2010, the College will offer an online MBA in general studies! For more information visit www.stac.edu/mba/.
The program provides students with the option of choosing among Finance, Marketing, Management or a self designed concentration. Students with prior undergraduate or graduate work can have up to 24 credits waived. Full-time students can complete the remaining 33 credits in one year, but the majority of the students are working professionals who pursue an MBA part-time.
"We pride ourselves on serving the needs of the full-time professional who wishes to continue his or her education on a part-time basis. The program is ideal for individuals with business and travel commitments that prevent them from making a class during the traditional workweek," said Mr. Alan Colsey, Director of the MBA program. “We’re excited about our new online MBA program which will enable students around the globe to complete their graduate work with St. Thomas.”
Each quarter, up to nine new classes are offered for students to select from and new students may begin the program at the start of any quarterly session. For more information about the MBA program, visit us online at www.stac.edu/mba/ or email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
More About St. Thomas
St. Thomas Aquinas is an independent, coeducational, liberal arts college founded in 1952. The College’s 2,700 full and part time students can choose from over 100 different majors, minors, specializations, and dual degree programs across five divisions: The Humanities; Business Administration; Social Sciences; Natural Sciences & Mathematics; and Teacher Education or are enrolled if one of our graduate programs. For more information on the College visit www.stac.edu.