Ohio State University to Offer Weekend MBA With Free Transportation from Cleveland, Cincinnati and Dayton

The Max M. Fisher College of Business will extend its Working Professionals MBA to include classes on weekends.

Ohio State University's Max M. Fisher College of Business is set to extend its Working Professionals MBA to offer classes on weekends, starting this fall.

These will be offered in addition to the existing weeknight classes, designed to fit around students' work schedules.

To make it even easier for working students, the school will support their study with free transportation from Cleveland, Cincinnati and Dayton to the weekend classes via buses with free Wi-Fi, enabling them to work or study en route to class.

Students residing in Ohio are eligible for in-state tuition.

This month information sessions are being held in Cleveland, Dayton and Cincinnati, as well as on campus in Columbus.

The application deadline for the fall program is May 1. More information on the program and info sessions is available on the school's website.


Image: The Birds, Take Two (Columbus, Ohio) by Stephen Wolfe CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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