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Dakota Wesleyan University's M.B.A. becomes Educational Member of IACBE

The master of business administration—strategic leadership program at Dakota Wesleyan University is now an educational member of the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE), and has affirmed its commitment to excellence in business education.

This is the first step toward accreditation for both the undergraduate and graduate programs, said Dr. Monty Bohrer, associate professor of business administration and economics at DWU.

"DWU's business program is growing, with the addition of our MBA, and we're excited to see it recognized as a program of excellence," Bohrer said.

The degree is an online course designed for working adults and full-time students and can be completed on either a 12- or 24-month basis with entry points in August or January of each year.

DWU's MBA program is designed to serve the region in small- and medium-sized businesses.