Posted September 12, 2018 08:21:53The high-flying magnet schools at Harvard Business and the Howard School of Public Health may be a great place for young students to hone their craft in the fast-moving world of the business world.
The University of Massachusetts has announced a new $150 million initiative that will see more than 100 high-powered, highly-paid magnet schools offered in a new series starting in 2020.
“We are excited about the opportunity to offer these highly-skilled and ambitious students an accelerated and comprehensive path to a career in business,” said Harvard Business Dean of Education Mark Hirsch.
The magnet schools will serve as a launching pad for the new graduates who will make their way to the top of the job market, including some of the most sought-after jobs in business today.
According to the Harvard Business Schools website, Harvard Business is home to more than 2,000 business schools and more than 1,200 master’s programs.
The schools, which include more than 700 business majors, will open their doors to students in 2021.
In addition to a new MBA program, the new schools will also offer a new program that will train up to 200 graduates in entrepreneurship, technology and the Internet.
The Howard School, which offers students business administration and management, also announced that it will offer a full MBA in business in 2020 as part of a $400 million initiative.
The new Howard School will offer an MBA in finance, finance administration and technology, and a master’s in financial services.
The schools have not released a list of the new programs but are looking for applications from students from the business community.
“We are looking forward to welcoming this new wave of students to the Howard community,” said Howard School Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid Mark Johnson.
“We know that business education has an important role in helping students achieve success in business, and we are thrilled to be part of this new program.”