Boston, MA (Vocus) November 22, 2010
Take advantage of the new Master of Business Administration program at New England College of Business and Finance (NECB) with a $5000 tuition scholarship offered to NECB’s charter MBA class. To qualify, students must enroll for the first NECB online MBA class that begins on January 10, 2011.
NECB continues its commitment to making education more attainable with an all-new MBA degree program. The MBA program is designed to prepare students for mid and senior-level management careers.
“Our new MBA degree program centers on strategic thinking and decision making in order to answer today’s job market demand for strong managers who can correctly analyze and define trends, formulate offerings to capture emerging opportunities and consistently make good business decisions,” said Howard E. Horton, Esq.
President of NECB.
Mastering the Future with NECB
The new MBA degree will be delivered 100% online utilizing NECB’s acclaimed learning management system. Charter students, who receive the $5000 tuition scholarship, will enjoy one of the best educational values for an MBA degree with a total program tuition of $16,900.
Classes for the new online MBA program begin on January 10, 2011. Visit the website for New England College of Business and Finance or call 1-800-997-1673 for more information.
A new degree. A new year and a new tomorrow – all from NECB.
About New England College of Business and Finance
Founded in 1909, New England College of Business and Finance (NECB) is a leading Boston institution offering quality education and online degrees at the undergraduate and graduate levels. NECB empowers students with skills and expert knowledge taught by seasoned business leaders and research faculty, using state-of-the-art online courses. Serving students across the United States, NECB is an online college accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), and is licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education. For information or to enroll in NECB, visit http://www.necb.edu or call 1-800-997-1673.