Auburn is hiring for its new MBA degree program, which is expected to begin recruiting students this spring.
The program will be the first in the country to offer a degree in business management.
The school announced on Tuesday that it has hired nine full-time positions to begin a four-year degree program for students interested in the career of a manager or executive in the corporate world.
“We’ve been looking for someone to build a business management program that focuses on students who want to build their leadership, who want the opportunity to get into leadership positions, who are comfortable with their own personal brand,” Auburn Chancellor Dan Jones said in a statement.
“I’m thrilled that we are now able to have the first MBA program in the nation.”
The university’s undergraduate MBA program has been offered for more than 30 years, but its alumni have not been able to find jobs in the field because it is a bachelor’s degree.
The new MCA program will include 12 associate-degree degrees and one MBA.
The program is designed to be a gateway into the corporate workforce, and students can then pursue their MBA degrees in other fields.
The university is also planning to add a bachelor of arts degree in leadership to the school’s master’s degree programs, as well as a bachelor or master of social work degree for those interested in other areas of business.
The school said the program will start recruiting students by April 15, and is expected begin recruiting graduates by June.
The MBA is expected be a popular choice among the country’s top CEOs and top executives, who will have access to a diverse and diverse faculty.