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SLU Now Offering Evening MBA Courses in West County at Logan University

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An Information Session to Learn More is Scheduled for July 23 at Logan’s Campus

July 17,2015- Saint Louis University’s John Cook School of Business graduate business programs is holding an information session on Thursday, July 23 at Logan University.  Attendees will learn more about SLU Evening MBA courses offered on Logan’s campus in Chesterfield, Missouri.

The Cook School began offering select Evening MBA courses taught by its faculty at Logan University in 2014, and continues to expand course options based on feedback from students who work and live in West St. Louis County. 

“The part-time MBA market is highly competitive. We want to provide options that make getting a Saint Louis University MBA more convenient and flexible for our students,” said Suzy Hartmann, assistant dean and director of graduate business programs at the Cook School. “Part of that convenience is being where our current and prospective students live and work.”

The information session will be held on Thursday, July 23 at 5:30 p.m. at Logan University (1851 Schoettler Rd, Room G134, Chesterfield, MO 63017). Fall courses begin Sept. 9, and there is still time to apply. Registration is available online: business.slu.edu. Attendees will receive an application fee waiver.

To learn more about this flexible location option, contact gradbiz@slu.edu or 314.977.6221. 

 

About John Cook School of Business Graduate Programs: 

Located in the heart of St. Louis, the John Cook School of Business is well connected and highly respected in the community. We shape business leaders with our values-based education, while advancing students’ professional goals through ongoing career planning and networking opportunities with key local, regional and national companies.

U.S. News & World Report ranks the John Cook School of Business graduate business program as No. 88 in the country and the Evening (part-time) MBA is ranked No. 73, while international business (No. 15) and supply chain management (No. 17) continue to rank in the top 20.

The Cook School is accredited by AACSB International, the premier accrediting body for business schools. Only five percent of the world’s business schools have this distinction. 

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