Online format to mix asynchronous and live classes and face-to-face meetings

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Kenan-Flagler Business School has announced that it will offer a new "[email protected]" distance learning MBA program beginning in July 2011.

The new program will mix asynchronous and live classes with four face-to-face, weekend "immersions." The first class will consist of a maximum of 50 students. Tuition for the two-year program will be USD 89,000.
 

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