Students are now able to take some courses online, at their convenience

UCLA's Anderson School of Management has announced plans to incorporate online courses in its part-time Fully Employed MBA program starting this fall.

In the new hybrid model, students will now have the option to watch some course lectures online and use web-based tools for group collaboration. Students will still be able to attend in-person lectures on Saturdays and Sundays on the UCLA Anderson campus.

According to a UCLA Anderson press release, the new online options provide more flexibility for working professionals: "Blending online and face-to-face learning environments provides professionals with busy work schedules or other commitments a greater opportunity to further their education."

The Fully Employed MBA program generally runs for 33 months, although it can be completed in as few as 27 months.

For more information, please see this UCLA Anderson press release.

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