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Colorado State Information Session For Fall Semester MBA Program

Monday, April 6, 1998

FORT COLLINS--Colorado State University's College of Business will hold an information program at 6:30 p.m. April 15 on its new programs leading to a master of business administration degree.

The one-hour session, held in Room 170 Rockwell Hall at Colorado State, requires a reservation and will look at the College of Business' four programs, each leading to a fully accredited MBA degree. The degree programs are:

 an accelerated, 11-month, full-time program designed for college graduates with little or no work experience and for those who need to retool in a short period of time;

 an executive program in Denver, designed for working professionals with a minimum eight years of experience in business who attend classes two days a week for 21 months;

 the evening program, a 22-month course of study intended for working professionals with at least four years of experience and access to the Fort Collins campus; and

 the distance program, a two- to four-year course of study offering flexibility in both time and place and providing access to faculty, staff and other students through the Internet and remote access groupware.

For reservations or more information, call (970) 491-2994.

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