Clark Atlanta University to Offer a New Working Professionals MBA Program

The School of Business Administration at historically Black Clark Atlanta University in Georgia, has announced that it will offer a Working Professionals MBA degree program The new degree program is designed to minimize career interruption.

The new Working Professionals MBA will consist of 36 credit hours that can be completed in 18 months. Some classes will be conducted online and some on campus. All classroom instruction will take place on Saturdays. Applicants must have three years of relevant work experience. They will not be required to submit scores on the Graduate Management Admission Test.

Bettye Clark, special assistant to the provost for graduate education at Clark Atlanta University, stated that “no other graduate programs offer the life-changing experiences that Clark Atlanta University provides to you — We call this ‘The CAU Advantage.’ We are excited about our new Working Professionals MBA program and anticipate that this will become another one of our flagship graduate degree programs.”

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