Online Blended MBA
The Craig School of Business is currently recruiting candidates for the first Online Blended MBA class starting spring 2014. CSB Online Blended MBA option offers the best of both worlds – flexible online classes and face-to-face exposure to material, faculty and colleagues. Students can complete their MBA face to face or online or a combination of both. With our flexible options, you can take one class online while taking a second class as face to face within the same semester.
The curriculum follows the same structure and course work as the traditional MBA but allows students the flexibility to learn remotely. This program is designed to suit the needs of continuing students who live in the Fresno area, international students and working professionals. Graduates will have an enhanced ability to add value to their current business models and meet the challenges of competition on an increasingly global scale. Additionally, the program is general enough to prepare students for a range of careers. Graduates will receive an MBA that will be a portable foundation for future career growth in any line of work.
Summary of the program:
- The Online Blended MBA is the same degree as the Craig School of Business traditional MBA program. The degree is AACSB-accredited. AACSB is the professional association for college and university management education and the premier accrediting agency for bachelors, masters, and doctoral degree programs in business administration and accounting (www.aacsb.edu). This is the highest rated AACSB accredited program between Los Angeles and San Francisco.
- Students can take classes online completely with the exception of an orientation, selected final exams, and final culminating experience presentations. Approved testing locations and Elluminate Live! will be used to bridge any geographic barriers that present themselves.
- The Blackboard Learning System will be the primary mode of delivery for courses.
- Students have an option to participate in the Summer Study Abroad
Program in Hong Kong by taking MBA281 and MBA289T during Summer 2014.
For more information, contact Professor Tatyana Ryabova, Assistant Manager, at (559) 278-1683 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Professor Tom Burns, Manager, Graduate Programs, at (559) 278-2107 or email@example.com