Oakland, California (EastBayDaily) — As a part of its yearly traditions, Bay Area professional degrees university, Lincoln University will host its most sought after event, a Ski-Trip, on Feb. 26 to Lake Tahoe. This annual winter event is the largest event on campus.
Bay Area Ski-Bus will handle the drive and the bus will depart at 4:30 a.m. The full package includes lessons, equipment, breakfast and lunch, which is discounted for students by 80 percent.
Since its founding in 1919, Lincoln University has developed an innovative and multicultural education. Located in the center of the San Francisco Bay Area, the university provides practical and affordable education through graduate programs, MBA degrees, professional degrees and international studies. It offers the following degrees: Doctorate of Business Administration, Master of Business Administration, Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration, Associate of Science in Diagnostic Imaging and more.
“The university is dedicated to helping students grow and develop intellectually, culturally and socially by structuring the campus environment in ways that will give each student the opportunity and potential for personal growth,” Annique Dalley of Lincoln University said.
For more information about the ski trip or Lincoln University, call 510-250-3772, view the school on the web at http://www.lincolnuca.edu or visit 401 15th St. in Oakland.
About Lincoln University
Founded in 1919, Lincoln University offers an education of higher learning where educational excellence, professional know-how and up-to-date international standards are combined with individual attention and a friendly atmosphere, giving rise to a world-class education. Each program within the university is designed to ensure that all of the acquired knowledge and skills will be valuable to its graduates, providing a practical and solid foundation for the student's future. The university ensures that every part of its students' education serves a purpose and brings them closer to accomplishing their professional goals.
Although no GMAT is required, prospective graduate students are encouraged to take the test either before admission or during the first year of graduate study.