Continuing a tradition of providing exceptional programs in business, PSU has established the College of Business Administration and has named longtime Department of Business Chair Trent Boggess as the college’s founding dean.
“The current economic situation offers a wealth of opportunities for well-trained students in the global marketplace,” said Boggess. “The programs we offer in the College of Business Administration are preparing our graduates to enter the workforce poised for success.”
In just the past year, the PSU business faculty developed several new programs for both undergraduate and graduate students. The recent restructuring of the Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing program produced three new options: Integrated Marketing Communication, Public Relations, and Professional Sales Leadership. An option in Small Business and Entrepreneurship has been added to the Bachelor of Science in Management.
The PSU MBA was recently expanded to offer an International Business Certificate in partnership with the Babeş-Bolyai University in Cluj, Romania. The two-year program, which began in the fall, offers students worldwide the opportunity to participate in a rich, multicultural online learning community for less than many graduate-level study abroad programs and provides a foundation for a career in a local or multinational enterprise.
PSU has also signed an agreement with the American University of Antigua to offer the Plymouth State MBA with a certificate in Health Care Administration to AUA’s medical students.
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