Attn! IT Pros in Vancouver, BC

Kingston College vhua at kingston.edu
Wed Jan 26 18:52:39 EST 2000

Hi, there,
Have you ever aspired for yourself to become a CIO (Chief Information
Officer)?  Read on, you won't regret you stopped by.


                                MSA IRM -

                  the Right Choice for Working Adults!

 Referred to as CIOs (Chief Information Officer), top
executives with a strong combination of technology and business skills
are consistently hunted by technology companies.

As managers, HAVE YOU ever frowned on a request by your IT people to
purchase additional computer equipment?

Are you able to keep track of what your IT people are doing?

Given the high cost of hardware and software and the rapid pace of
technological change, CAN YOU afford making a wrong decision?

          Central Michigan University and
          Kingston College are proud to jointly offer the
          Master of Science in Administration
          (Information Resource Management) Degree Program
          again in May 2000

This degree provides students with the necessary business skills to cope
with the multi-faceted aspects of managing the most vital corporate
assets - information resources.  An IRM degree helps bridge the gap
between people and technology.  An ordinary business degree is not
enough to get you there.

INFORMATION SESSION (No Admission Required!)
Date/Time: Saturday Jan 29, 2000 (11am ~ 1pm)

Venue:          Seaton Suite
                    Pacific Palisades Hotel
                    1277 Robson Street (at Jervis)
                    Vancouver, BC
Tel:               (604) 688-0461

Speaker:   Dr. Monica Holmes
                Associate Professor at Central Michigan University in
the management
                Information Systems and MBA areas.

To understand more about this program, and to reserve a seat for the
session, please:

Call (604) 294-8813 ext. 141
Fax (604) 294-3323
E-mail to office at kingston.edu
For more info, check out:  http://www.kingston.edu/masteradmin.shtml

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