LCCC Hosts University Partnership Lake Erie College MBA Program Information Session

Lorain County Community College will hold an information session on its new Lake Erie College Parker Master of Business Administration University Partnership program from 6-7 p.m. on Thursdays July 20 and August 10 at LCCC’s University Center in room 315.

Representatives from Lake Erie College and the University Partnership will present information about the program that began this summer.

Applicants can start the program any semester – fall, spring or summer – and complete it at their own pace. Students can expect to complete the program in two years through LCCC’s University Partnership. Courses in the program will be held at LCCC’s University Center, a facility designed specifically for students enrolled in University Partnership degree programs. The program will offer two courses per semester on weekday evenings. Each course will meet once a week.
The Parker MBA program is conducted in a classroom-based face-to-face setting to facilitate the type of interaction and personal development that is at the core of developing organizational leadership and management skills. Small classes are taught by professors with managerial experience and advanced academic credentials.

Lake Erie College’s MBA program uniquely offers a Lifelong Learning Guarantee. This means students can return and take additional classes after graduating at no cost to the student or employer.

The Lake Erie College MBA program was established in 1981 and has since graduated over 1,300 business and non-profit leaders. In 2010, the program was renamed The Parker MBA in memory of the late Patrick S. Parker, chairman emeritus of Parker Hannifin Corporation and global industrial leader. Today it’s among the fastest-growing and most highly-regarded programs in the State of Ohio.

LCCC is the first community college in Ohio to have a University Partnership program. With the addition of the Parker MBA it now offers eight master’s degrees, 43 bachelor’s degrees and one associate degree all through leading universities.

For more information or to register, visit www.lorainccc.edu/upevents or call (440) 366-4949.

 

LCCC Hosts University Partnership Lake Erie College MBA Program Information Session

Lorain County Community College will hold an information session on its new Lake Erie College Parker Master of Business Administration University Partnership program from 6-7 p.m. on Thursdays July 20 and August 10 at LCCC’s University Center in room 315.

Representatives from Lake Erie College and the University Partnership will present information about the program that began this summer.

Applicants can start the program any semester – fall, spring or summer – and complete it at their own pace. Students can expect to complete the program in two years through LCCC’s University Partnership. Courses in the program will be held at LCCC’s University Center, a facility designed specifically for students enrolled in University Partnership degree programs. The program will offer two courses per semester on weekday evenings. Each course will meet once a week.
The Parker MBA program is conducted in a classroom-based face-to-face setting to facilitate the type of interaction and personal development that is at the core of developing organizational leadership and management skills. Small classes are taught by professors with managerial experience and advanced academic credentials.

Lake Erie College’s MBA program uniquely offers a Lifelong Learning Guarantee. This means students can return and take additional classes after graduating at no cost to the student or employer.

The Lake Erie College MBA program was established in 1981 and has since graduated over 1,300 business and non-profit leaders. In 2010, the program was renamed The Parker MBA in memory of the late Patrick S. Parker, chairman emeritus of Parker Hannifin Corporation and global industrial leader. Today it’s among the fastest-growing and most highly-regarded programs in the State of Ohio.

LCCC is the first community college in Ohio to have a University Partnership program. With the addition of the Parker MBA it now offers eight master’s degrees, 43 bachelor’s degrees and one associate degree all through leading universities.

For more information or to register, visit www.lorainccc.edu/upevents or call (440) 366-4949.

 

LCCC Hosts University Partnership Lake Erie College MBA Program Information Session

Lorain County Community College will hold an information session on its new Lake Erie College Parker Master of Business Administration University Partnership program from 6-7 p.m. on Thursdays July 20 and August 10 at LCCC’s University Center in room 315.

Representatives from Lake Erie College and the University Partnership will present information about the program that began this summer.

Applicants can start the program any semester – fall, spring or summer – and complete it at their own pace. Students can expect to complete the program in two years through LCCC’s University Partnership. Courses in the program will be held at LCCC’s University Center, a facility designed specifically for students enrolled in University Partnership degree programs. The program will offer two courses per semester on weekday evenings. Each course will meet once a week.
The Parker MBA program is conducted in a classroom-based face-to-face setting to facilitate the type of interaction and personal development that is at the core of developing organizational leadership and management skills. Small classes are taught by professors with managerial experience and advanced academic credentials.

Lake Erie College’s MBA program uniquely offers a Lifelong Learning Guarantee. This means students can return and take additional classes after graduating at no cost to the student or employer.

The Lake Erie College MBA program was established in 1981 and has since graduated over 1,300 business and non-profit leaders. In 2010, the program was renamed The Parker MBA in memory of the late Patrick S. Parker, chairman emeritus of Parker Hannifin Corporation and global industrial leader. Today it’s among the fastest-growing and most highly-regarded programs in the State of Ohio.

LCCC is the first community college in Ohio to have a University Partnership program. With the addition of the Parker MBA it now offers eight master’s degrees, 43 bachelor’s degrees and one associate degree all through leading universities.

For more information or to register, visit www.lorainccc.edu/upevents or call (440) 366-4949.

 

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