MBA Information Night, 6 p.m., CIC 120
Learn how to earn a Master’s in Business Administration degree — including the new emphasis in technology management — through Washington State University Tri-Cities at an information session at 6 p.m. on April 16.
The information session is at WSU Tri-Cities in the Consolidated Information Center, Room 120, at 2770 Crimson Way, Richland. Admission is free and open to the public. No RSVP is needed.
Topics include an overview of the MBA program, the admissions process, prerequisites, the cost, coursework, how long it takes to finish, and more.
Washington State University’s nationally recognized business faculty deliver a world-class, face-to-face graduate business education in the Tri-Cities. All classes are held in the evenings — Monday through Thursday — on the campus in north Richland to meet the scheduling needs of working professionals.
“Our faculty blend theory and the best business practices, identified through scientific research, to challenge emerging professionals in the classroom and with hands-on problems,” said Elizabeth “Liza” Nagel, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Professional Programs.
“All of the faculty who teach in the MBA program at WSU Tri-Cities hold doctorates,” Nagel said. “And we are proud that our MBA students provide a diverse mix of professional experience as entrepreneurs, agriculture, research, engineering, education, health care, accounting, marketing and management.”
Applications to the MBA program now are being accepted. Also, Summer Session at WSU Tri-Cities includes many business courses that are part of the MBA program, including prerequisites for admission.
Washington State University’s College of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International.
Directions: Drive north on George Washington Way, pass Hanford High, turn right at the stoplight onto University Drive, turn right into campus then turn left into the Consolidated Information Center (CIC) parking lot. Parking is free. The MBA information session is straight down the main hallway — past the Art Center, where the Richland School District art exhibit is holding its opening reception at the same time.
WSU Tri-Cities is located along the scenic Columbia River in Richland, Wash. Established in 1989 with upper division and graduate programs, WSU Tri-Cities expanded in 2007 to a full four-year undergraduate campus offering 18 bachelor’s, 10 master’s, and six doctoral degree programs. Learn about the most diverse campus in the WSU system at www.tricity.wsu.edu.