NFL star wide receiver Brandon Marshall is scheduled to attend a three-day executive education program next month at Harvard Business School, campus officials said.
Marshall will be a student participant in the same three-day program that former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson plans to teach at, school spokesman Jim Aisner told Boston.com.
No. 15 for the Chicago Bears took to social media Tuesday night to announce his involvement with the executive education program, “The Business of Entertainment, Media and Sports” which is scheduled to be held from May 7 to 10.
The announcement sparked some speculation that Marshall had been accepted into the business school’s two-year MBA program. Aisner said that is not the case.
He said it is the first time the program is being offered.
The program, launched by business school professor Anita Elberse, is one of more than 80 executive education programs the school offers.
Nearly 10,000 business executives attended programs at the school’s Allston campus and at classrooms in Mumbai and Shaghai, officials said.