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  • Join online information session to discuss Post Master’s Advanced Business Certificate Program.

  • Administrators will explain program format, application process and Post Master’s Advanced Business Certificate Program.

  • Session will offer valuable insights about program from LeBow administrators.

Join us for an online information session to discuss the Post Master’s Advanced Business Certificate Program. Program administrators will walk you through the program format, the application process and Post Master’s Advanced Business Certificate Program.

Friday, March 16, 2012 from 12:00 to 1:00 pm EST Online: /connect/execed

Choose the “Enter as Guest” option and type in your name.

Learn how the Advanced Business Certificate will improve your career progression.

Drexel LeBow Post-Master’s Advanced Business Certificate (ABC) is geared for professionals with an earned master’s or doctoral degree who have an interest in acquiring competency in a new business discipline or in furthering their expertise in a specialization.

PROGRAM FEATURES:

  • 12-credit, part-time, evening courses
  • Flexible start: Fall, Winter, Spring, or Summer term
  • Campus: Philadelphia and/or Online (if available)
  • Completion: As little as 6 months or up to 3 years

During the online information session, you will gain valuable insights about the program from the administrators at LeBow College of Business. Plus, you will have an opportunity to participate in the discussion and ask questions and chat online.

If you cannot attend this session, but would like more information please contact: Jody van de Sande at 215-895-0578 or jlv42@drexel.edu

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