Legendary GE CEO and management guru Jack Welch is lending his name to a new MBA program for Chancellor University, formerly Myers University.
Welch and his wife, Suzy, will be extensively involved in developing curriculum and attracting faculty to the program. Already, Welch has tapped former GE employee and University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business professor, Noel Tichy, to be the dean of the Welch MBA program.
The program will be presented over twelve courses that reflects Welch’s various business philosophies and will include video messages from Welch himself. The MBA program is specifically designed for working professionals. The estimated cost for the MBA degree will be about $21,600 before fees according to University officials.
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