Guide to new business education programs in Southeast Michigan

The Wayne State University School of Business is making it less complicated for students to start and complete its M.B.A. program. The school will offer students who meet certain criteria waivers for the GMAT and is supplementing the traditional 16-week semester model with a set of accelerated 12-, four- and even one-week courses. Students could earn an M.B.A. in as short as one calendar year. The school also has established an agreement with Oakland Community College that makes it easier for students to earn an associate degree at OCC while earning credit toward a business degree at WSU. OCC students are able to transfer up to 82 credit hours to Wayne State. WSU has similar agreements with Schoolcraft College and Macomb Community College.

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