Nov. 12, 2020
The Trulaske College of Business’ master of science in business program recently launched with 29 students. The program kicked off at a time when flexibility in higher education has become paramount due to the COVID-19 health pandemic.
Designed for students to complete in as few as three semesters, the customizable, online program allows students — with the help of an academic advisor — to build an interdisciplinary academic path that fits their career interests.
Students can stack certificates from the Trulaske College of Business with another one including from the College of Engineering, School of Medicine, School of Law, College of Education, College of Arts and Science or the School of Health Professions.
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