UVU unveils new MBA program

Utah Valley University will soon be competing with neighboring Brigham Young University for MBA hopefuls, as the newest public university just recently added the competitive degree program to its roster.

"This is a great day for Utah Valley University, but also a great day for the Utah Valley community and the greater region that we serve as an institution," UVU President Matthew Holland said after the state governing Board of Regents approved the move last week. The Woodbury School of Business will now vie for the attention of some of the region's MBA wannabes with its own accredited program.

According to Business Week magazine, which ranks MBA schools across the country annually, BYU serves more than 900 in its graduate-level business programs every year, including working students enrolled in executive training modules. BYU also offers master's degrees in electronic commerce/information systems and public administration.

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