Michigan - Ross to Offer an Online MBA

MBA to include three in-person residency sessions

The University of Michigan's Ross School of Business has announced plans to offer an Online MBA.

The new program will be called Part-time MBA: Online, and will launch in the fall of 2019. The online components of the class will feature both self-guided study as well as live sessions with Ross professors.

Beyond the online learning components, the program will also include three in-person residency sessions, focusing on leadership, business transformation, and innovation. These residency sessions will take place over long weekends (Thursday through mid-day Sunday) on the Ross campus.

Ross' new Online MBA will be self-paced, but is designed to be completed in three years.

For more information, please see Michigan - Ross' Online MBA program page.


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Comments

George Pat...    |    Aug 26, 2018 22:38
All nice and good but I find the $110k price a bit on the unreasonable side for online program ($120k for non residents!)
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