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The University of Atlanta to Launch Second International Cohort of Recently Inaugurated and much acclaimed DBA Degree Program in Managerial Science
Date:3/27/2010

The University of Atlanta Prepares to Launch Second International Cohort of Its Recently Inaugurated and much Lauded Doctor of Business Administration Degree in Managerial Science. The high demand and the institution’s response to it, are sign of major program Success and Broad Institutional Expansion.

(PRWEB) March 27, 2010 -- The University of Atlanta will launch the second cohort of its much-lauded Doctor of Business Administration degree program in Managerial Science in late in late April 2010. The first cohort, now in progress, is comprised of highly accomplished professionals (CEO’s and senior executives of major national and international corporations) and of distinguished university faculty seeking the challenges of earning a DBA. The institution did not intend to initiate a second cohort until late May or June, but the unanticipated level of demand by more than qualified candidates has led to the decision concerning an earlier launch 2 date.

The primary objective of the program is to produce graduates able and eager to contribute to the advancement of their professions, who will meaningfully expand the base of knowledge within their areas of specialization and who can foster and disseminate a new awareness of contemporary strategic issues and practices.

Accredited by the Distance Education and Training Council, recognized by the Council on Higher Education Accreditation and the US Department of Education, the University of Atlanta is comprised of seven colleges, through which it offers Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degrees as well as Graduate Certificates in an array of professional fields.

Founded in 2006 and licensed by the Georgia Nonpublic Postsecondary Education Commission, accredited by DETC in 2008, the University has experienced significant growth and expansion since that time. Named after the city which is home to its flagship campus, the institution has administrative offices (some equipped with Study Centers) in Beijing, Beirut, Dubai, Hong Kong, London, Malaysia, Paris, Sharjah, Singapore and Taiwan.

For further details concerning the institution, its programmatic offerings, and the new DBA program, visit www.uofa.edu.

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