North Carolina's Wake Forest University Announces New Online MBA

New program will launch this fall; to feature multiple intakes throughout the year

The North Carolina-based Wake Forest University has announced plans to launch a new Online MBA program.

The new program is scheduled to launch in September 2020, and will allow students to start at three different times during the year: September, January, and May.

The Online MBA will take "just over two years" to complete, according to the school.

Students who pursue the program will be able to customize the Online MBA by selecting from three different concentrations: Business Analytics, Finance, or Strategy & Leadership. 

To apply for the new program, prospective candidates should have a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university and (preferably) two years of post-graduate work experience. Applicants who are not employed full-time will need to receive approval from the program director.

For more information, please see this Wake Forest University news release announcing the launch of the new Online MBA program.


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