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Each year, hundreds of game-changing successes play out at the David Eccles School of Business. How do we do it? Look inside to find out.

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  • THE ECCLES MBA

    Full-timeMBA

  • Each year, hundreds of game-changing successes Play out at the David Eccles School of Business.

    HOW DO WE DO IT?

    1 MBA:4 OPTIONS

    For starters, a brilliant team of faculty routinely ranked nationally in the top 20 for research. A dedicated Career Management Center

    where professional career coaches help students map their own path. An active and engaged local, national, and international alumni

    network. A state ranked #1 in the nation for economic outlook. And a targeted two-year curriculum that emphasizes analytical thinking,

    communication skills, and a global perspective.

  • Each year, hundreds of game-changing successes Play out at the David Eccles School of Business.

    HOW DO WE DO IT?

    FULL-TIMETraditional PROGRAM, Primarily DAYTIME HOURSAn immersive, experiential and cohort-oriented program designed

    to connect students to high-impact careers and networks.

    #6127 Average AgeFull-time MBA RANKING

    3 YEARS AVERAGE WORK EXPERIENCE600-640+ GMAT (GRE ACCEPTED)

    PROFESSIONALTwo Evenings/Week, 6-10 PM

    Early to middle career professionals looking to gain additional

    skills to achieve career advancement or begin a new career track.

    #3729 Average AgePART-TIME MBA RANKING

    5 YEARS AVERAGE WORK EXPERIENCE500-620+ GMAT (GRE ACCEPTED)

    EXECUTIVETwo Weekends/Month, 8 AM - 5 PM

    Experienced, senior-level professionals looking to enhance current

    skills and gain CEO-level strategy and leadership skills.

    #2638 Average AgeEXECUTIVE MBA RANKING

    14 YEARS AVERAGE WORK EXPERIENCESUBSTITUTION AVAILABLE FOR GMAT

    ONLINEOnline WITH Weekly DeliverablesWorking professionals seeking an innovative, flexible online

    solution to achieve career advancement or begin a new career track.

    31 Average Age7 YEARS AVERAGE WORK EXPERIENCE500-620+ GMAT (GRE ACCEPTED)

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  • AT A GLANCEWHY FULL-TIME?

    Full-time MBA programs are different from other MBA

    formats in a number of meaningful ways. Here are just

    some of the features emphasized in the Eccles Full-time

    MBA program. These features contribute heavily to the

    transformative nature of the program that provide the

    torque needed to pivot or transition in your career.

    Exploration & transformation

    oriented

    Career management assistance/integration

    into core curriculum

    Internships

    Personalized coaching

    Scholarships

    Interdisciplinary, Cross-campus

    networks experiential programs, clubs & case competitions

    Customized experience

    FOCUS ON Out-of-state recruiters & job

    opportunities

    Study trips & networking conferences

  • AT A GLANCEThe University of Utahs Full-Time MBA is an immersive, experiential, and cohort-oriented program designed to connect

    students to high-impact careers and networks.

    FORMAT Full-time, on-campus

    ACCREDITATION Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)

    The b

    asics

    RANKING #9 in the West, #59 in the U.S.

    ENTRY TO THE PROGRAM Fall (August)

    LENGTH OF THE PROGRAM 21 months (4 semesters with mid-program summer internship)

    PROGRAM SIZE 60 - 70 students per class

    EMPLOYMENT STATS For the class of 2015, 81% obtained full-time employment within three months of graduation

    ADMIT RATE 51%

    REQUIREMENTS Bachelors degree with minimum 3.0 GPA

    ADMI

    SSION

    S

    AVERAGE GMAT 621

    AVERAGE GRE 313

    WORK EXPERIENCE Two years professional post-undergraduate work experience strongly preferred; average is three years

    TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 62

    CORE 36 credits: Foundation (30), Career Management (3), Integrative Experience /Consulting Project (5)

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    ELECTIVES 26 credits: Accounting, Brand Management, Entrepreneurship, Information Systems, Finance, International Business, Marketing,

    Operations/Supply Chain

    CAREER MANAGEMENT 12-person Career Management Center including full-time staff, executive career coaches, and corporate development specialists

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    INTERNSHIP STATS For the class of 2016, 100% of those seeking accepted a summer internship

    SCHOLARSHIPS/MERIT-BASED AID

    TUITI

    ON

    TUITION & FEES Estimated total program cost for class entering Fall 2016: $51,000

    FOCUS ON Out-of-state recruiters & job

    opportunities

    On average, 80% of our students receive some form of merit-based

    aid or scholarship

  • CURRICULUMThe MBA program starts with a focus on industry-agnostic, fundamental business skills that prepare our graduates to

    be effective managers in any field. Our roster of world-class faculty lead classes that are intellectually stimulating and

    interactive, and remain available and approachable outside the classroom. In addition to developing your core skills, youll

    have countless opportunities to engage intellectually and expand your horizons.

    ACCTG 6000 (3 credits): Financial Accounting

    FINAN 6025 (3 credits): Managerial Economics

    MBA 6000 (1 credit): Career Strategies

    MGT 6050 (1.5 credits): Foundations of Teamwork

    MGT 6051 (3 credits): Managing & Leading in Organizations

    MKTG 6090 (3 credits): Marketing Management

    OIS 6040 (1.5 credits): Data Analysis & Decision Making I

    OIS 6060 (1.5 credits): Operations Management I

    Year 1 | FALL SEMESTER | 17.5 CORE CREDITS Year 1 | SPRING SEMESTER | 11.5 CORE CREDITS + ELECTIVES

    ACCTG 6001 (3 credits): Managerial Accounting

    MGMT 6053 (1.5 credits): Management Communications

    FINAN 6020 (3 credits): Financial Management

    IS 6010 (1.5 credits): Technology for Organizational

    Competitiveness

    OIS 6061 (1.5 credits): Operations Management II

    MBA 6001 (1 credit): Career Perspectives

    Year 2 | Fall SEMESTER | 7 CORE CREDITS + ELECTIVES year 2 | SPRING SEMESTER | ELECTIVES

    MBA 6002 (1 credit): Market Readiness

    MBA 6800 (3 credits): Integrative Experience

    STRAT 6071 (3 credits): Competitive Strategy

    Focus in Accounting, Brand Management, Entrepreneurship,

    Information Systems, Finance, International Business,

    Marketing, and/or Operations/Supply Chain

    30 FUNDAMENTALS CAREER

    MANAGEMENT CURRICULUM

    INTEGRATIVE EXPERIENCE

    ELECTIVES

    +YOUR MBA

    C R E D I T S C R E D I T SC R E D I T S C R E D I T S C R E D I T S

    26 623 + 3 + =

  • CURRICULUM

    This full-time CAHME-accredited option prepares students for administrative positions

    in hospitals, large clinics, extended care facilities, and clinical and reference laboratories.

    Graduates are also well-positioned for roles in healthcare consulting and other

    organizations, such as those providing information technology to healthcare organizations.

    Combine a full-time MBA with a Juris Doctor from the University of Utahs S.J. Quinney

    College of Law. Outstanding opportunities exist for students interested in transactional

    law and in particular specializations inside the world of technology commercialization,

    patent law, and the legalities of protecting intellectual property.

    Programs available: Bioengineering, Chemical Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical

    and Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering

    MBA DUAL DEGREE PROGRAMS

    Gain a broad background in information systems, as well as more specialized knowledge

    in areas such as business intelligence and analytics, software and systems architecture,

    product and process management, and IT security. Students may take any graduate level

    IS/OIS course in the School of Business to fulfill the certificate requirements. Credits can

    cross-count toward MBA electives and the graduate certificate.

    MBA / MASTER OF HEALTHCARE ADMINISTRATION (MHA)

    MBA / JURIS DOCTOR (JD)

    MBA / MASTER OF ENGINEERING (MSE)

    126 Credit Hours / 4 Years

    Once admitted into the law

    school, complete MBA program

    application

    82 Credit Hours / 3 Years

    Complete both MBA program

    application and MHA program

    application

    The University of Utah is a worldwide hub of innovation and technology

    commercialization, and our MBA/MS Engineering graduate students bridge the gaps

    between technical knowledge, management skills and entrepreneurial savvy.

    74 Credit Hours / 2.5 Years

    Complete both MBA program

    application and MSE program

    application

    GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS (GCIS)

    18 Credit Hours

    All graduate-level IS and OIS

    courses are accepted toward the

    certificate

    year 2 | SPRING SEMESTER | ELECTIVES

  • BEYOND THE CLASSROOM

    CAREER EXPLORATION

    INTEGRATIVE EXPERIENCE

    GLOBAL EXPERIENCE

    + 3 CREDITS 3 CREDITSMBA 6000, 6001, 6002: Complete curriculum and

    attend at least one study trip

    or national conference

    MBA 6800: Complete two

    team-based consulting

    projects working with both

    corporate and nonprofit

    organizations under faculty

    guidance and supervision

    Participate in a semester

    abroad at Waseda

    University in Tokyo

    international study trips,

    international courses,

    or assignments with the

    Sorenson Global Impact

    Investing Center or the

    Lassonde Institutes Social

    Entrepreneurship Program

    +

    At the intersection of academics and real-world lies one of the most rewarding and distinguishing hallmarks of a full-

    time MBA program: experiential opportunities. We provide unique experiences capable of transforming your skill sets,

    perceptions, and resum all at the same time. Whether its an international trip to Japan, a study trip to the start-up tech

    hub of Palo Alto, or a consulting project for a local nonprofit, we are confident that youll find these opportunities to be

    among the most valuable and memorable experiences of your MBA program.

    MANY OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE

    MBA EXPERIENTIAL COMPONENT

  • BEYOND THE CLASSROOM STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS AND EXPERIENTIAL PROGRAMSLASSONDE NEW VENTURE DEVELOPMENT CENTER

    The Lassonde New Venture Development Center associates evaluate

    and develop business opportunities for the cutting-edge technologies

    developed by University of Utah researchers. The center is comprised

    of graduate students, selected through a competitive process, from

    engineering, science, and business, who work through the school year

    on early-stage business development, market analysis, and strategies

    to write business plans.

    SORENSON CENTER FOR DISCOVERY AND INNOVATION

    At the Sorenson Center, students take courses in innovation and

    play in the Sorenson sandbox, learning how to ideate, invent, and

    apply design thinking to solving problems. Through four unique

    innovation labs, students develop creativity in thinking about the next

    technology paradigm: the Internet of Things. The center offers both

    extracurricular programs and for-credit opportunities for MBAs.

    SORENSON GLOBAL IMPACT INVESTING CENTER

    The SGII Center partners with leading social investment firms, impact

    investors, social entrepreneurs, innovative nonprofit organizations,

    and foundations to identify, assist, and fund social enterprises with

    significant potential.

    UNIVERSITY VENTURE FUND

    Founded in 2001 at the University of Utah, the University Venture

    Fund (UVF) is the largest student-run private equity fund in the United

    States. The fund is a collaborative effort among students, universities,

    and the professional investment community. The students raise

    capital, perform due diligence on venture capital opportunities, and

    make investments. In addition to being the largest fund of its kind, UVF

    is the first fund for which students raise all the capital, and it is the first

    student-run fund that has a traditional limited-partner relationship

    with its investors.

    Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute

    Bench-2-Bedside Medical Device Competition

    CENTER FOR INNOVATION IN BANKING AND FINANCIAL SERVICES

    GET SEEDED

    New Venture Development Center

    Opportunity Quest

    SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAM

    STUDENT ENTREPRENEUR CONFERENCE

    The Foundry

    Utah Entrepreneur Challenge

    Sorenson Center for Discovery and Innovation

    Games4Health

    Sorenson Global Impact Investing Center

    University Venture Fund

    Board Fellows

    Business Student Giving and Alumni Board

    Case Competition Club

    Connect U

    Daniel Ethics Fund

    Diversity in Business Society

    Eccles Biz Partners

    Eccles Outdoor Industry Club

    Entrepreneur Club (E-Club)

    Future Healthcare Leaders of America (FHLA)

    Graduate Business Student Association (GBSA)

    Graduate Finance Club

    Marketing Club

    Net Impact

    Operations Management Club

    Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

    TECHNOLOGY & VENTURE COMMERCIALIZATION (TVC)TEK Information Systems Club

    Utah Real Estate Challenge (UREC)

    Women in Business

  • CAREER MANAGEMENTPart coach, part compass, and part drill sergeant, the career experts at the Career Management Center provide a rich array

    of resources and training to help students maximize their graduate school investment and succeed in todays competitive

    job market. With a 15-1 student to staff ratio, the level of personalized support available is one of the major reasons why

    our students chose an MBA from the University of Utah.

    EXPLORE YOUR OPTIONSExecutive Speaker Series

    Business Womens Roundtable

    Local company visits / student treks

    Career fairs

    Study trips (national and international)

    DEVELOP YOUR CUSTOM CAREER STRATEGY

    Executive career coaches

    Career Action Groups

    NETWORK AND INTERVIEW WITH CONFIDENCE

    resum and cover letter writing

    Elevator pitch / brand statement

    Workshops and conference prep sessions

    Mock interviews

    One-on-one coaching

    Connect U alumni mentoring program

    ACCESS OPPORTUNITIES TO CONNECTCase competitions

    Customized student matching with partner companies

    Internship search assistance

    On-campus recruiters / INTERVIEWS

    Alumni networking events

    MBA national networking events (NSHMBA, NBMBAA, NAWMBA)

    PREPARE FOR SUCCESSINFORMATION ON standard salaries and industry offers

    INFORMATION ON hiring policies for key companies

    RESOURCES FOR Offer negotiation: salary and benefits

  • MBA 6000: CAREER

    STRATEGIES

    MBA 6002: MARKET

    READINESS

    + 1 CREDIT 1 CREDITIntensive course designed

    to define and develop your

    professional goals, help

    you build a personal action

    plan, and refine the skills

    necessary for successful

    career management during

    and after your MBA

    Application of concepts

    introduced in MBA

    6000. Requirements

    include attendance and

    participation at career

    workshops, completion of

    informational interviews,

    and attendance at

    speaker events. Career

    workshop topics will

    cover interviewing, power

    of presence, personal

    branding, etiquette, salary

    negotiation, and effective

    internship search strategies

    Continued career

    management through

    the final year of the MBA

    program to prepare you

    for your career after

    graduation. Requirements

    of this course include

    completing an internship

    summary, attending

    monthly meetings with

    your career coach,

    completing an organized

    mock interview, and

    updating your resum and

    LinkedIn profile

    +

    MBA 6001: CAREER

    PERSPECTIVES1 CREDIT

    Career Management Curriculum

  • CAREER OUTCOMESINTERNSHIPS EMPLOYMENT

    Industry

    STUDENTS OBTAINING INTERNSHIPS (SEEKING)

    Average HOURLY out-of-state compensation

    AVERAGE Hourly IN-STATE Compensation

    STUDENTS ACCEPTING OUT-OF-STATE INTERNSHIPS

    100%

    $35.21

    $25.61

    31%

    GRADUATES EMPLOYED 3 months after graduation

    AVERAGE OUT-of-state starting salary

    AVERAGE IN-STATE STARTING SALARY

    GRADUATES ACCEPTING POSITIONS OUT OF STATE

    81%

    $83,909

    $74,621

    26%

    Other

    Operations/Logistics

    Finance

    Consulting

    General Management

    IT HR

    Marketing/Sales

    Marketing/Sales

    Operations/ Logistics

    Consulting

    Finance

    Other

    General Management

    ITHR

    Industry

    1-800 Contacts 3FORM Adobe AMEDICA American Airlines American Express ATK AtTask

    Backcountry.com Bard Access Systems Beneficial Financial Best Buy Boart Longyear Cambia Health Celtic Bank

    Chess.com Chevron Cicero Group Clearlink Comcast Control4 The Dannon Company Delta Airlines DemoChimp

    DISH NETWORK Domo eBay Edwards Life Sciences EMC Ernst & Young Extra Space Storage Fenton Financial FJ Management Ford Motor Company Freedom Financial GE Healthcare General Mills General Motors Global Tax

    Management Group Health Catalyst Hersheys Honest Tea IBM IM Flash InContact Instructure INTEL

    Intermountain Healthcare Kaiser PERMANENTE Kalypso Kellerstrass Oil KLAS LDS CHURCH Levitin Group LOreal

    Mercy Corps Mindshare Technologies Nestle Norton Healthcare Oracle Peak Ventures Peterson Partners PoleVault

    Media Proctor & GAMBLE Questar Rio Tinto RoundPegg Savage Services State Farm Insurance STOEL RIVES Summit Financial Resources SUTTER HEALTH Tanner Clinic Target Taylor Capital Group TCO TD Williamson Tesoro Tridon

    University of Utah Healthcare University of Utah Hospitals & CLINICS US Airways USTAR Utah Appellate Court Utah Office of Energy Development VacationRoost Verizon Vivint WesTech Engineering Williams Company Winder Farms Zions Bank

    Engineering

  • Operations/ Logistics

    Consulting

    1-800 Contacts 3FORM Adobe AMEDICA American Airlines American Express ATK AtTask

    Backcountry.com Bard Access Systems Beneficial Financial Best Buy Boart Longyear Cambia Health Celtic Bank

    Chess.com Chevron Cicero Group Clearlink Comcast Control4 The Dannon Company Delta Airlines DemoChimp

    DISH NETWORK Domo eBay Edwards Life Sciences EMC Ernst & Young Extra Space Storage Fenton Financial FJ Management Ford Motor Company Freedom Financial GE Healthcare General Mills General Motors Global Tax

    Management Group Health Catalyst Hersheys Honest Tea IBM IM Flash InContact Instructure INTEL

    Intermountain Healthcare Kaiser PERMANENTE Kalypso Kellerstrass Oil KLAS LDS CHURCH Levitin Group LOreal

    Mercy Corps Mindshare Technologies Nestle Norton Healthcare Oracle Peak Ventures Peterson Partners PoleVault

    Media Proctor & GAMBLE Questar Rio Tinto RoundPegg Savage Services State Farm Insurance STOEL RIVES Summit Financial Resources SUTTER HEALTH Tanner Clinic Target Taylor Capital Group TCO TD Williamson Tesoro Tridon

    University of Utah Healthcare University of Utah Hospitals & CLINICS US Airways USTAR Utah Appellate Court Utah Office of Energy Development VacationRoost Verizon Vivint WesTech Engineering Williams Company Winder Farms Zions Bank

    CLASS PROFILE

    AVERAGE AGE

    GENDER

    WORK EXPERIENCE

    AVERAGE GPA

    AVERAGE GMAT

    AVERAGE GRE

    27

    23% F | 77% M

    33 Months

    3.41

    621

    313

    GEOGRAPHIC DIVERSITY LANGUAGE DIVERSITY

    36% arrived from out-of-state

    75% are fluent in at least one other language

    UNDERGRADUATE MAJORS

    Business/Accounting/Economics/

    Finance

    Other

    Engineering

    SocialSciences

    Physical Sciences

    IS

    PROGRAM DIVERSITY

    MBA

    MBA/MHA

    MBA/MSE

    MBA/JD

    DEMOGRAPHICS

  • ROUND 1 ROUND 2 ROUND 3 ROUND 4

    Application Deadline

    INTERVIEW INVITATIONS SENT BY

    INTERVIEW PERIOD

    DECISION NOTIFICATION

    SEAT FEE AND TUITION DEPOSIT DUE

    Nov. 1

    Nov. 9

    Nov. to Dec.

    End of Dec.

    Feb. 1

    Jan. 1

    Jan. 11

    Jan. to Feb.

    End of Feb.

    Apr. 1

    Mar. 1

    Mar. 7

    Mar. to Apr.

    End of Apr.

    May 5

    May 1

    May 9

    May

    End of May

    Jun. 5

    International Deadline Final Deadline

    APPLICATION PROCESSApplication REQUIREMENTS

    BACHELORS DEGREE

    4-year bachelors degree (or equivalent) from an accredited

    university or college

    Minimum cumulative or last 60 credit hours GPA of 3.0

    Academic background specifically in business is not required

    STANDARDIZED EXAM

    GMAT or GRE accepted

    No minimum score requirement, however competitive

    applicants should target score of 600 or higher, with above a

    50th percentile on both the verbal and quantitative sections

    If applicant has taken the GMAT or GRE more than once, the

    highest score will be considered

    ONLINE APPLICATION

    Transcripts from each undergraduate institution

    Attach unofficial transcripts to online application

    Email or mail official transcripts to Graduate Admissions

    Office

    Resum

    Two years of post-undergraduate work experience is

    preferred

    Essays

    One required essay, one additional required essay for

    dual-degree applicants, one optional essay

    Letters of recommendation

    Two letters required

    At least one from a professional source

    Whether youre coming into the MBA program with a clear plan in place or youre hoping to explore new territory, our

    program will test your theories and expand your idea of whats possible. So dont wait - act now.

    Application fee

    Domestic applicants: $55 before April 1/$85 after April 1

    International applicants: $65 before April 1/$95 after

    April 1

    ON-CAMPUS INTERVIEW

    Interviews are by invitation only. Approximately 85% of

    applicants will receive an invitation to interview

    Applicants should expect a full day of activities including the

    actual interview (both group and individual formats) as well

    as opportunities to meet with our current MBA students and

    program staff

    DUAL DEGREE APPLICANTS

    Applicants to dual-degree programs must submit a separate

    application for each degree program

    Admissions decisions are made independently for each

    program

    Two separate degrees are awarded

    INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS

    Minimum TOEFL score of 100 (ibt), 600 (pbt) or 7 (IELTS)

    If you have recently graduated from an accredited college or

    university in the U.S. or have had your Permanent Resident

    card for at least five years, you may not need to send your

    English proficiency scores. Please contact the University of

    Utahs International Admissions Office for more information

    Application DEADLINES

  • APPLICATION PROCESSTuition for residents is estimated at $51,000. Tuition for non-residents is estimated at $95,000.

    On average, 80% of our students receive merit-based aid. All admitted students are considered for this award; no separate application is necessary. Awards

    are given based on demonstrated excellence in academic or professional pursuits. Notification of merit-based financial aid is included with the admission

    decision. Scholarship award amounts depend on the competitiveness of the admitted applicant pool, and range from $5,000 to $40,000 in total value.

    On average, 75% of each admitted class has been offered at least a 15% tuition reduction

    On average, 25% of each admitted class has been offered a 75% or more tuition reduction

    In 2015, 100% of MBA students attending study trips or school-coordinated networking conferences were provided with some type of financial

    assistance to help cover travel and registration costs

    While we try to provide some level of assistance to the majority of our MBA students, more competitive awards are typically given to applicants meeting the

    following measures of excellence:

    Average profile of 50% tuition reduction scholarship recipient: 630 GMAT, 3.4 GPA, 24 months of post-graduate work experience

    Average profile of 75% or more tuition reduction scholarship recipient: 680 GMAT, 3.5 GPA, 34 months of post-graduate work experience

    MBA students who maintain the prescribed credit hour load are considered full-time graduate students and qualify for federal financial aid throughout the

    length of the program. Loan programs of particular interest to graduate students are the Perkins Loan, Direct Unsubsidized Loan and Direct PLUS Loan.

    Applicants can apply for most loans through the University of Utah Financial Aid and Scholarships Office. To begin the process of applying for federal

    assistance, fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), available online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.

    We value geographic diversity in our student body and want to make sure that well-qualified students from out-of-state have an opportunity to participate in

    our MBA program. If you are applying for the MBA program but will not qualify for resident tuition, you may be eligible to receive a non-resident tuition waiver

    to significantly reduce the cost of the program. In fact, in 2013, all admitted MBA students without in-state residency status were awarded a scholarship that

    waived 100% of nonresident tuition.

    All out-of-state applicants are automatically considered for this waiver. Applicants with a Utah address who may not qualify for residency are encouraged to

    email us directly to request consideration.

    TUITION & SCHOLARSHIPSSCHOLARSHIPS

    NON-RESIDENT TUITION WAIVERS

    FEDERAL FINANCIAL AID

  • FULL-TIME MBA PROGRAM

    1655 E. Campus Center Drive

    Spencer Fox Eccles Business Building (SFEBB)

    Salt Lake City, UT 84112

    FTMBA@UTAH.EDU

    801-585-6291

    MBA.ECCLES.UTAH.EDU

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