Boise State University’s College of Business and Economics will begin an Honors Track program for MBA students and recent MBA graduates this fall.
One-on-one executive coaching, individual mentoring from business leaders, peer-to-peer forums and seminars will provide the top 25 percent of current students and recent MBA graduates the opportunity to dramatically enhance their leadership skills. The new program will run monthly during the academic year, from September to May.
“Honors Track is the only program I know of in the Northwest that provides individual skill development for traditional MBA students,” said Kirk Smith, associate dean for graduate studies and executive education. “Our very best students will have the opportunity to become even more exceptional and that bodes well for the future economic health of our state.”
Selection will be limited to 12 participants this year. Current Boise State MBA students with a minimum grade point average of 3.5 may apply. The program also is open to MBA alumni from the past three years. The charge for the non-credit program is $900. Applications are due by Friday, August 13.
For an application or for more information, visit http://cobe.boisestate.edu/graduate and click on MBA Honors Track, or call (208) 426-1126.