Working Professional MBA Lunch Info Session

KU School of Business
Join the directors of the MBA program for lunch in a casual business atmosphere and get the insider view on the KU MBA program. Especially designed for students interested in the part-time Working Professional MBA program, you'll be able to grab lunch, key information and be back at work in good time. Lunch provided. Please reserve your seat today by contacting bschoolMBA@ku.edu.
March 18, 2013
12:00 pm - 01:00 pm
KU Edwards Campus - Regnier Hall, Regnier Hall 369
913-897-8400


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