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Brigham Young University is a private, non-profit research university in Provo, Utah, United States completely owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints(LDS Church) and run under the auspices of its Church Educational System. Brigham Young University's origin can be traced back to 1862 when a man named Warren Dusenberry started a Provo school in Cluff Hall, a prominent adobe building in the northeast corner of 200 East and 200 North.
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- The US is the most popular destination for international students while American universities often dominate the global rankings.
- As can be expected of a country with a population of 325 million, the US has a diverse range of cities and universities to choose from.
- The United States is the world’s greatest economic power in terms of gross domestic product and has been among the world’s highest-ranking countries in terms of GDP per capita. The US economy is marked by resilience, flexibility, and innovation.
The BYU Marriott EMBA gives students opportunities to gather a greater understanding of the world around them. Through networking with the thousands of alumni who have gone before, traveling to explore different companies and cultures, and simply being of service to fellow classmates throughout the program, students expand their understanding and gain critical skills to assist them in a growing global economy and a global church.
During the program, students gain a solid understanding of the best business practices through their core classes. Then during their second year, students will select from electives allowing them to go deeper on subjects and topics of professional or personal interest. In May of the second year, all students travel on the required two-week foreign business excursion and can choose from trips to Asia, Europe, or India and the Middle East.
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