Rogers State University will be holding an information session on Tuesday evening for prospective students who want to learn about its Master of Business Administration program.
The MBA information session will be held at 6 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 11, in Herrington Hall, Room 131 on the Claremore campus. The event will be informal, with RSU representatives on hand to discuss how students can take full advantage of the program.
The session is free and open to the public, and door prizes will be available for attendees.
RSU this fall introduced its MBA program, which is designed to provide students with the education necessary to develop personal and organizational business skills and to maintain competiveness in the local and global economy.
The MBA program at RSU is crafted to provide students the knowledge, skills and abilities essential for all functions of management. Students in RSU’s MBA program can benefit from its signature strengths in the accounting, entrepreneurship, management and sport management disciplines.
The program requires 36 credit hours of graduate coursework that includes 30 hours of core courses and six hours of guided electives.
This degree offers students requisite knowledge, critical thinking skills, problem-solving skills and research proficiency to succeed in many professional fields, whether private or public commercial enterprise, for-profit or non-profit business or government service.
Applicants with a degree in a field other than business are required to satisfy the leveling course requirements prior to gaining admission and enrollment in the program.
New students to the program may enroll for the spring semester, which starts on Jan. 12.
For more information on the MBA Program, call 918-343-6819 or visit www.rsu.edu/graduate/.