ASU Carey to Launch Hybrid MBA Program

Weekend program allows students to complete classes online or in class

Arizona Statue University's W.P. Carey School of Business (ASU) has recently announced plans to offer a new hybrid weekend MBA program.

The new program combines in-class courses with distance learning options. Classes for the new program will be held on campus every other weekend on Friday evenings and on Saturdays. It also allows students to complete about 40% of their core coursework online at their convenience.

According to an ASU press release, the new program's course flexibility will make ASU curriculum more accessible to students commuting from other cities and even other states. And unlike many pure online programs, this course's hybrid format maximizes face-to-face time with students and professors.

The new weekend MBA program can be completed in 18 months.

For more information and to apply, please see the ASU program website.

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