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The FSU MBA program is designed for working professionals as well as traditional students. There are two areas of focus for the program:

  1. Project Management
  2. Human Resource Management

Classes meet in an 8-week evening format (every other week for 16 weeks) or online.


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Sound cue description

Implementation Teams

Wed, 06/05/2013 - 14:53 -- sewm02

Implementation Teams

The Implementation Team for each strategic goal consists of key administrators, faculty and staff members charged with the responsibility for meeting that goal. Work on particular actions steps or action items is often accomplished by workgroups, which include additional members.