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Thomas Edison State University is lowering the cost – for a limited time – of its MBA preparatory course work.
The prep courses are a series of online, noncredit courses that prepare professionals to enroll in the Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program and satisfy the prerequisites of the MBA program. The three-course package will be reduced from $2785 to $980.
““We know that earnings are higher, and unemployment is lower as your level of education rises,” said Dr. Merodie A. Hancock, president, Thomas Edison State University, in a press release. “In both the private and public sectors, education often plays a factor in ascending to the next career or earning a promotion. We are driven through our mission to help our students advance their careers. Our hope is that we can give laid-off workers and those seeking a career transition the opportunity to test a new career path and get a leg-up in the competitive job market.”
Additionally, the university is “redoubling efforts” to help people looking for a career change or for people who are unemployed. They will do this with a series virtual skill-based workshops, a career resources library with techniques and tools applicable to any job search, and real-life advice from industry experts and successful career changers.
Thomas Edison resources can be found at the University’s Career Hub. For information on applying, contact the Office of Admissions and Enrollment Services.
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