University Meets Academic Needs of Executives

Neeley, Stecey
April 2005
San Diego Business Journal;4/11/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 15, pA4
The article focuses on the University of Redlands, Redlands, California that offers students a unique opportunity to develop their leadership and management skills in an accelerated format. The University's programs were designed to meet the evolving needs of today's businesses by preparing leaders who draw on an extensive knowledge base to achieve personal goals and to maximize their employers' success. The master of arts in management program is an imaginative program that enables students, through thoughtful introspection amd learning, to dramatically improve their leadership and management skills.


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