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Webster University, Walker School of Business & Technology Part Time MBA

The George Herbert Walker School of Business and Technology provides high-quality in class and online learning experiences for undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students through a global network of campuses in Asia, Europe and North America. 13,000 plus students at the Walker School benefit from Webster University's global reach and a collective wisdom of faculty worldwide who are on the cutting edge of business education and practice. Faculty expertise ranges from international business, economics, marketing and nonprofit leadership to computer science, human resources, management and business administration.

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The George Herbert Walker School of Business and Technology provides high-quality in class and online learning experiences for undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students through a global network of campuses in Asia, Europe and North America. 13,000 plus students at the Walker School benefit from Webster University's global reach and a collective wisdom of faculty worldwide who are on the cutting edge of business education and practice. Faculty expertise ranges from international business, economics, marketing and nonprofit leadership to computer science, human resources, management and business administration.

Degrees Awarded: MBA, Part Time.

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