University of Dayton Announces New Online MBA

The program, beginning in 2017, will be co-run by online education firm 2U

The University of Dayton’s School of Business Administration has partnered with online education company 2U to launch a new online MBA, with the first class starting in October 2017.

2U works with universities to offer online courses in fields including business, data and analytics and government.

The program, dubbed [email protected], will be taught via live online classes and seminars, offering flexibility to students who can access the program from anywhere. Classes will be taught by faculty, as well as executives-in-residence.

Two compulsory immersion experiences are included in the program: one on-campus in Dayton, Ohio, and the other in another city, possibly outside the US.

The school has designed two online MBA offerings: a general MBA and an Advanced Standing MBA for individuals with significant work experience. This option can be completed within one year.

For more information on the new online MBA, please visit the University of Dayton's Full Profile on FIND MBA.


Image: Dayton Ohio by Ayrcan CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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