Texas' Baylor University to Launch Online MBA Program

Applications now being accepted for the program's May intake

Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business will launch an online MBA program this year.

The program will be 12 months long and will be delivered completely online. Courses will be taught by the same professors who teach on Baylor's traditional two-year in-class MBA program.

Applications are now being accepted for the program's inaugural intake, which begins in May. For more information or to apply, please see Baylor's online MBA webpage.

Baylor is the latest in a slew of American business schools that have announced new online MBA programs in the past year. Just last month, Utah - Eccles announced a new online program; similar announcements were made last year by Arizona - Eller, Kansas State University, Maryland - Smith, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, and Louisiana State University Shreveport, among others.

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