Program director Mark Selman notes that "Prince Rupert's economy is a key hub of global trade networks", highlighting how the MBA program will be tailored for students facing global competition for jobs and to provide workers in Northwest British Columbia with the management skills required for a changing business environment.
“There are whole communities who need the right management training to become outstanding, competitive employees ... We’re delighted to bring the business expertise of a Top Ten Canadian business school to the Northwestern region.” -- Blaize Horner Reich, dean of the Beedie School of Busness, on what the MBA program can deliver to the Northwest
The Prince Rupert program will feature a course load that is held in two three day sessions at NWCC, with some sessions also to be delivered through virtual classrooms.
|The Beedie School of Business will be hosting|
an Executive MBA program at NWCC this fall
You can learn more about what the program has to offer with an information session to take place tomorrow evening at 5:30 PM at NWCC on 5th Street
More background on the information session can be found at beedie.sfu.ca/infosession
A look at the Executive MBA program can be reviewed here.
For more on post secondary education items from the Northwest see our archive page here.