Flexible learning allows students to take classes either online or in class
According to a UNH press release, the new course can be completed in two years, and will be similar in structure to a part-time MBA program. Additionally, students enrolled in the program will have the option to take classes either online or in-person at UNH's two campuses, in Durham or Manchester.
The new program is the first AACSB-accredited distance learning program in New England.
The deadline to apply for the fall term is May 31.
For more information, visit the UNH website.
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