UNC-Chapel Hill’s prestigious Kenan-Flagler Business School has joined the ranks of the top business schools to offer an MBA program online. School officials assure that their online masters of business administration program, which will cost $89,000, will not be a cheapened version of their traditional MBA program. The vision of the program is that it will be the same caliber, the same quality and the same faculty. Kenan-Flagler Business School is ranked 16th in the nation by Bloomberg Business Week. The program will enroll their class in July and will be based upon multimedia classroom lectures and assigned textbook readings. Students will study by watching business boardroom scenarios and will call up graphic rich websites enhanced by professors’ voice-overs and high-tech visuals. Students will be required to attend two of eight face-to-face immersion sessions in Chapel Hill, Singapore, London and other locations. There will be weekly sessions with your professors, in the online classroom, face-to-face with your cohort (10 to 15 classmates). Drawing students from around the world, MBA@UNC will blend the flexibility of an online program with the rigor and quality of an on-campus experience.
Find out more about this program here.* Also see: UNC Chapel Hill Announces MBA@UNC's Home Page