New distance learning program, aimed at working professionals, to start this fall

Kansas State University will launch an online MBA program this fall, according to a school press release.

The "Professional MBA Online" is designed for working professionals with between three and five years of experience. The majority of the program is online, but students will also attend a two-day residency session, which will include teambuilding, networking, and other professional components.

The distance learning program is accredited by AACSB, and is taught by the same professors who teach Kansas State's in-class MBA program.

Applications are now being accepted for the fall intake. For more information, please see the Kansas State press release announcing the launch of the online MBA program.

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