Lehigh Announces New Philly Focus for Flex MBA
In early 2019, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania’s Lehigh University College of Business and Economics will roll out its brand new Philadelphia-focused coursework for those interested in the Flex MBA program.
As part of the “Lehigh MBA Test Drive Program,” the school will assist “prospective students who want to experience the Lehigh MBA before applying.”
The specific courses—“From Plan to Action: Strategy and Organization” and “From Private to Public Company: A Path to Exit”—will be taught at the school’s 1800 JFK Blvd. location in Center City. “From Plan to Action: Strategy and Organization,” will be taught by Joshua Ehrig, a key member of the Lehigh MBA faculty. The first three weeks of courses begin on Jan. 4, 2019.
The second available course, “From Private to Public Company: A Path to Exit,” will be taught by fellow Lehigh MBA faculty member and VENTURE series founder Dale Falcinelli. This course arrives a few weeks after Ehrig’s, starting in early March.
“Both courses are non-degree offerings. Individuals who choose to apply and are accepted into the MBA program may count the credits towards the MBA,” the business school notes in a recent press release.
For those who wish to sign up for the upcoming Lehigh Philadelphia courses, head over to the official MBA Test Drive website. Mary Theresa Taglang, the Lehigh University College of Business and Economics Director of Recruitment and Admissions, can also be reached via email or by phone at 610-758-4386.