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Saturday MBA program starts in August

Program designed for busy professionals

Chicago (July 24, 2006) – Starting in August, Saint Xavier University’s Graham School of Management is offering a Saturday MBA program for busy professionals.

“We understand that many people who want to pursue their MBA are limited by travel requirements, commuting time and distances, and other evening commitments,” said Jane Smith, executive director of graduate programs in Saint Xavier University’s Graham School of Management.

“By making the commitment to pursue your MBA on Saturdays, you will not only enjoy the convenience this schedule brings to your busy life, you will also be rewarded with a discounted tuition rate,” Smith said.

The schedule takes advantage of the Graham School of Management’s five-week session beginning August 26, as well as the other four 10-week terms throughout the year. This allows students to take five classes each year, allowing completion of their MBA in less than three years.

Saint Xavier’s Graham School of Management offers MBA programs in employee health benefits, finance, e-commerce, financial analysis and investments, financial fraud examination and management, financial planning, health administration, management, marketing, project management, public and non-profit management, service management, and training and workplace learning. All programs are accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs.

The Graham School of Management provides theoretically sound and practically oriented programs to serve the broad needs of students interested in or continuing in the challenging fields of business and management.

For more information about the Saturday MBA program, contact Smith at (773) 298-3664 or janesmith@sxu.edu.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Contact Jane Smith at (773) 298-3664 or janesmith@sxu.edu

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