Durham University Business School Revamps its Online MBA With a New Fast Track

The Durham Online MBA has reduced its minimum duration to two years, allowing students to get back to work faster

Durham University Business School's well-regarded online MBA has been revamped with a new name and a fast-track option.

The newly-named Durham Online MBA now has a minimum duration of two years, rather than three, that enables students to get back to their careers faster.

The program's curriculum has also been reorganized to provide more opportunity for personalization.

Students can choose to study along one of three structured pathways: Entrepreneurship, Consultancy or Technology, depending on the electives they choose.

The range of elective modules has also been extended and now covers subject including business analytics, technology innovation, new venture creation and international business in context, among others.

The program is available 100 percent online, but students can attend an optional Summer School at the Durham University campus if they wish to have the face-to-face experience.

Durham University Business School's existing online MBA was recently ranked second out of the UK schools placed in the 2017 Online MBA Ranking 2017 the Financial Times.


Image: Durham University by Alejandro Erickson CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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Question    |    May 17, 2017 22:18
All they did was offer less education for more money!
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