Eastern Kentucky University Redesigns Its MBA

The School of Business's revised MBA offers eight-week compressed courses and a bigger focus on design thinking

Eastern Kentucky University’s School of Business has announced a redesign of its MBA program.

From this fall, the Richmond, Kentucky school's MBA will offer compressed eight-week courses, with more focus on soft skills alongside the technical components.

Each set of four courses will be accompanied by a design thinking seminar, where creative thinking is stimulated.

Students can choose from a two-year, three-year or four-year schedule, each offering the same curriculum, but at a range of paces to fit existing commitments.

The school's MBA program is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

Find out more about Eastern Kentucky University’s School of Business and its MBA program on Find MBA.


Image: Burnham Hall at Eastern Kentucky University by Ktr101 CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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