The curriculum is the same as Pepperdine's traditional part-time MBA program, taught by the same faculty in an online format. Students can complete the program in two years, and are able to choose a concentration in finance, marketing or leadership.
The program also requires an on-campus immersion module.
The Online Fully Employed MBA program is set to begin next January, and applications are now being accepted.
For more information, please see this Online Fully Employed MBA press release.
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