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Archive for the ‘Online MBA’

September 13, 2011

September 13, 2011 By: Paul Category: Online MBA, Tuition Comments Off on September 13, 2011

Online MBA, Tuition

Ole Miss (University of Mississippi) begins charging resident and nonresident students the same rate for its online graduate programs.

August 24, 2011

August 24, 2011 By: Paul Category: Online MBA, State Colleges and Universities, Success Stories Comments Off on August 24, 2011

New Online Degree and Certificate Programs

Texas A&M University Corpus Christi: Master of Business Administration.  “All coursework is instructed completely online via the internet and available from virtually anywhere in the world”.

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Success Stories

At 82 years-young, and 65 years after taking her first college course, Ms Dixon graduates from Louisiana Tech University.  It’s never too late.

August 23, 2011

August 23, 2011 By: Paul Category: Online MBA, Private Colleges and Universities Comments Off on August 23, 2011

New Online Degree and Certificate Programs

Saint Louis University (MO): Executive Master of Health Administration (EMHA) program.

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Online MBA

Are those expensive, online MBA degrees offered by top business schools really worth the investment?

February 7, 2011

February 07, 2011 By: Paul Category: Online Education, Online MBA, State Colleges and Universities Comments Off on February 7, 2011

Cheeseheads have good reason for celebration. . . . 🙂

A University of New Hampshire outreach initiative offers free online courses targeting entrepreneurs and small businesses, including “Social Media for Small Business”.  More here.

University of Georgia is giving serious consideration to promoting more degree programs at a distance.

US News and World Report’s Stacy Blackman provides “The Lowdown on the Online MBA“.

Intriguing statement found in a New York Times piece: “When colleges and universities finally decide to make full use of the Internet, most professors will lose their jobs.”