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Executive MBA Program to Hold Information Sessions in February, March

Attend an upcoming information session to find out how the Penn State Smeal College of Business Executive MBA Program in Philadelphia can help you take the next step in your professional career.
February 8, 2013

Attend an upcoming information session to find out how the Penn State Smeal College of Business Executive MBA Program in Philadelphia can help you take the next step in your professional career.

The information sessions are offered on a variety of dates and times through February and early March at the ACE Conference Center in Lafayette Hill, Pa., where EMBA classes are held. There will also be two sessions in Lancaster, Pa., at the Lancaster Arts Hotel.

To view specific dates and times of upcoming information sessions and to register to attend, visit www.smeal.psu.edu/execmba/events/.

The information sessions provide an overview of the Smeal EMBA curriculum, leadership development opportunities, and faculty. EMBA program courses are taught by the same faculty members who lead the on-campus Smeal MBA program.

“We are now enrolling students to begin in the program in August and the information sessions are a great way to learn about the unique aspects of the Smeal EMBA,” said Managing Director Alphonso Wilson. “Join us in Philadelphia or Lancaster to meet students, faculty, alumni, and administrators associated with the program.”

About the Penn State Smeal Executive MBA Program
Launched in 2001, the Penn State Smeal Executive MBA Program is a 21-month program designed for working professionals, with classes held on alternating weekends at the ACE Conference Center in suburban Philadelphia. The program features personalized executive coaching, intensive communication training, a weeklong international residency experience, and coursework focused on the unique challenges of the students’ firms. Learn more at www.smeal.psu.edu/execmba.

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