Answered By: Matt LaBrake
Last Updated: Mar 28, 2017     Views: 63

For more than eight decades, Berkeley College has prepared students for lifelong success in dynamic careers by emphasizing experiential learning for practical application in the workplace. The M.B.A. in Management, the first graduate degree offered by the Berkeley College School of Graduate Studies, follows in this tradition by engaging students in projects that relate business theory to the real-life problems faced by today’s organizations. Also, M.B.A. students at Berkeley College will study with faculty members who themselves hold advanced degrees in Management or related disciplines and who have significant professional field experience. M.B.A. students at Berkeley will enjoy dedicated facilities and services. Classes will be held in Woodland Park in a newly renovated School of Graduate Studies building that offers four modern classrooms, a computer laboratory, group study rooms, and a graduate lounge. In addition, a student support specialist, a librarian, a career services advisor, and a tutorial staff will work exclusively with graduate students to ensure that they receive the support they need to be successful.


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