PHOENIX — You can now get your master’s degree in as little as 18 months for a total of $10,000.
Benedictine University at Mesa is starting its first round of MBA classes on June 24.
The administration at Benedictine University at Mesa is also accepting applications for future MBA learning teams. Eager students who are interested in the program are urged to attend one of the four virtual information sessions starting on June 25.
Attending an online virtual information session allows potential students to get more information about the program and ask a counselor questions. To take part, you need a phone and a good Internet connection.
The master’s program is geared toward students who have some work experience in either the business industry, public services industry or the Armed Forces.
Virtual sessions will happen on June 25, July 9, July 24 and Aug. 15.
You can also attend an in-person information session on June 24, July 23 or Aug. 13 at the university. The meeting will take place at Gillett Hall, located at 225 E. Main St. in Mesa.
To RSVP for either the virtual or in-person information session, please call the National Moser Center for Adult Learning at (877) 353-9622.
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