New distance learning program to start in the fall

Youngstown State University, in Ohio, has announced that it will offer an online MBA program starting this fall.

The new distance learning program will take place entirely online and be based on the curriculum from the school's AACSB-accredited in-class MBA program. 

The online MBA program consists of 33-49 semester hours of graduate coursework, and includes classes in accounting, finance, quantitative analysis, and information systems for management, among others. According to the course schedule, the program will also include an integrated project component.

For more information, please see the Youngstown State University press release announcing the launch of the online MBA program, or the school's online MBA program webpage.

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