Ohio's Kent State University to Offer Online MBA

Students can begin the full-time online MBA starting this fall

Kent State's College of Business is set to become the third accredited school in Ohio to offer an online MBA, starting this fall.

Accredited by AACSB, the school is launching an online program that will allow international students to stay in their home countries while completing the program.

This makes it easier to study for a MBA without disrupting work or family commitments. It also means that students who might struggle to obtain a visa for study in the US can still participate in a US-based, accredited MBA program.

The accelerated program will allow students to complete the program in as few as 12 months, and will offer two concentrations: international business and supply chain management.

For more information and to apply, visit the program website.


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