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Ashford University Adds New Media Management Specialization to Its Academic Offerings
Specialization will be offered with online master’s programs at the Forbes School of Business

The Forbes School of Business at Ashford University has introduced a new Media Management specialization for its online Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Master of Arts in Organizational Management (MAOM) degree programs.

“Students pursuing this specialization will learn how to use the media to grow a business, develop a strategic plan for managing a media department, and strengthen their qualifications to manage a media team,” said Dr. Jorge Cardenas, associate dean for the Forbes School of Business at Ashford University.

Enrollment for the Media Management specialization opened on July 1, 2014.

The Master of Business Administration degree program provides a comprehensive learning experience in key areas of business administration. The program emphasizes the interrelationships among the various functional business disciplines and provides a strong foundation in the skills appropriate to analytical management.

The Master of Arts in Organizational Management is designed to develop professional competence in a world of rapid and global change. It allows students to develop advanced skills in dealing with the complex problems that organizations and individuals face in today's marketplace. To learn more about the degree programs or the new specialization, visit


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