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™ Summer 2008 Mount Marty Theatre: Wakefield Mysteries Highlights Contents 2 Alumni Spotlight 4 Growing Harmony 5 Barry, Althoff Share Audience with The Pope On Saturday, April 5th, more than 90 individuals performed a unique, oneday outdoor adaptation of the medieval cycle play, THE WAKEFIELD MYSTERIES on the Mount Marty campus in Yankton. Mount Marty Theatre hosted the performance with the cooperation of the Sioux City Renaissance Recorder Ensemble, Christ Episcopal Church Choir, St. Benedict’s Parish Choir and the Mount Marty Music Department. Tony Lazarowicz (God) ) and Rachel Moser (Mary Dr. James Simmons (Satan) 9 The Wakefield Mysteries photo gallery is available online at Alumni Days Invitation Jim Wilcynski (Jesus) is nailed to the cross MBA degree program expands 12 Alumni News and Notes ™ A highly successful Master of Business Administration program is being expanded to Yankton this fall by Mount Marty College. The college has offered the MBA program in Watertown for the past four years with great success. Local research indicated business professionals in the Yankton region were also interested in the program. This fall the next MBA cohort will simultaneously exist in Watertown and Yankton, thanks to the use of electronic technology available through the Sioux Falls Catholic Diocese. Instructors will be able to conduct classes in both communities at the same time. The Mount Marty College Master of Business Administration program is an accelerated program designed for persons with various undergraduate degrees who now want to develop their management and leadership skills. Past work experience is valued while developing managerial knowledge, leadership acumen, analytical decision making and managerial communication skills. A special emphasis on teamwork is fostered through weekly team meetings and provides students with a built-in peer network. The case study approach is also utilized to introduce a measure of realism and practical application. This innovative structure allows students to complete 36 credit hours of coursework within a 15 to 18 month period while working full-time. Each seven-week session features Mount Marty College three to four classroom sessions and weekly team meetings. Individuals in business, health care, government, social services and manufacturing will benefit from the degree program. Best of all, research indicated that the Mount Marty MBA program is a fraction of the cost of traditional MBA programs and one of the most reasonably-priced programs in the state. To learn more about the Mount Marty Master of Business Administration program, contact the admissions office at (605) 668-1545 or go online at www. and click on the link for graduate programs. Update Update 11

Mount Marty Update Summer 2008

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