Find Out Why Antioch’s Master of Business Administration is “Not Your Everyday MBA” at a Morning Meet & Greet on June 29th

coffee-with-bagelAUSB’s MBA Program in Social Business, Non-Profit Management, and Strategic Leadership will host a special Morning MBA Meet & Greet on Saturday, June 29th from 10:00 to 11:00 am at the AUSB Campus, 602 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. This event is being provided at a more convenient time for potential candidates who have been unable to attend our past weeknight information sessions due to their work schedule or location. Coffee and bagels will be served.

Businesspeople, non-profit professionals, community leaders, and college students in the Central Coast area or southern California who are passionate about making a difference in a meaningful corporate or non-profit career are encouraged to attend this informative, engaging event. Anyone traveling may then choose to enjoy the beauty of Santa Barbara for the rest of the day or weekend.

At our MBA Information Session, the Program Director, faculty and Admissions representatives will share the excitement about Antioch’s new, socially-responsible MBA Program that encourages its students to Do Business…Do Good. Their short presentation will cover the innovative curriculum, admission process, opportunities for career advancement, and the low-residency hybrid schedule that allows busy professionals to earn their MBA in just 16 months, meeting one weekend per month.

Also being discussed is AUSB’s new BA-to-MBA Pathway Program, which provides admission (guaranteed for qualified SBCC students) to an academic track ending in a graduate degree, as well as financial incentives. This may be of special interest to current community college students, undergraduates, and even Antioch alumni.

Applications for the Fall 2013 quarter of the MBA Program are being accepted and reviewed. Learn more and RSVP.

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