Midland University to Seek Accreditation for New MBA Program; Hires Director to Lead Effort
12 Oct 2011
(Fremont, Neb.) The Midland University Board of Trustees recently approved a resolution to seek accreditation for a new Masters in Business Administration (MBA) program. The MBA will initially focus on serving the needs of working professionals and recent college graduates where demand is strongest. The Board set a goal for launching the MBA by the fall of 2012, pending appropriate accreditation and internal approvals.
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Metro Offers Course for High School StudentsOct 9 2011
Graham Mueller has an interest in computers and what they can do. But the Fremont High School senior is getting to see a different side of computers through a class at Metropolitan Community College's Fremont Area Center. Mueller is one of seven high school students enrolled in Metro's...
<p>When seven small independent Nebraska telcos formed a consortium called NebraskaLink, their initial goal was to create a backbone network to serve all of the members. But as they worked together, their plans became more ambitious</p>
Fremont Recognized for Outstanding EffortOct 1 2011
In recognition and celebration of federal Community Development Week, Nebraska proudly presents the outstanding efforts of one of four of Nebraska’s larger cities: Fremont (pop. 26,397)—The “City of Opportunity” has a proud history of progress and success. Its citizens, government, and business partners work closely to effect great growth...