Gold signifies the "golden promise" of ASU. The promise includes every student receiving a valuable educational experience. Gold also signifies the sunshine Arizona is famous for; including the power of the sun and its influence on the climate and the economy. The first uniforms worn by athletes associated with the university were black and white when the "Normals" were the name of the athletic teams.
The student section, known as The Inferno, wears gold on game days. Sparky the Sun Devil is the mascot of Arizona State University and was named by vote of the student body on November 8, The new logo is used on various sport facilities, uniforms and athletics documents.
His routine at football games includes pushups after every touchdown scored by the Sun Devils. The female members are known as the Spirit Squad and are categorized into a dance line and spirit line. They are the official squad that represents ASU. A letter has existed on the slope of the mountain since A "T" followed by an "N" were the first letters to grace the landmark.
Tempe Butte , home to "A" Mountain, has had the "A" installed on the slope of its south face since and is visible from campus just to the south. The original "A" was destroyed by vandals in with pipe bombs and a new "A", constructed of reinforced concrete, was built in Many ancient Hohokam petroglyphs were destroyed by the bomb; nevertheless, many of these archeological sites around the mountain remain.
Anyone associated with ASU is free to participate in the event, including students, alumni, faculty, employees, and friends. This differs slightly from the original tradition in which the seniors would carry lanterns up "A" Mountain followed by the freshman. In modern times, the participants walk through campus and follow a path up to "A" Mountain to "light up" Tempe. Keynote speakers, performances, and other events are used to mark the occasion.
The night is culminated with a fireworks display. It is held in the fall and in conjunction with a football game. Arizona State University reintroduced the tradition of ringing a bell after each win for the football team in The first Victory Bell, in various forms, was used in the s but the tradition faded in the s when the bell in use was removed from Memorial Union for renovations. That bell is on the southeast corner of Sun Devil Stadium, near the entrance to the student section.
That bell, given to the university in the late s, is painted gold and is a campus landmark. The Sun Devil Marching Band remains one of only 28 bands in the nation to have earned the designation. The band performs at every football game played in Sun Devil Stadium. The Devil Walk is held in Wells Fargo Arena by the football team and involves a more formal introduction of the players to the community; a new approach to the tradition added in with the arrival of head coach Todd Graham.
The walk ends as the team passes the band and fans lined along the path to Sun Devil Stadium. Recently lyrics were added to the song. Arizona State University has an active extracurricular involvement program. Changemaker Central is a student-run centralized resource hub for student involvement in social entrepreneurship , civic engagement , service learning and community service that catalyzes student-driven social change.
Changemaker Central locations have opened on all campuses in fall , providing flexible, creative workspaces for everyone in the ASU community. In addition to Changemaker Central, the Greek community Greek Life at Arizona State University has been important in binding students to the university, and providing social outlets.
The second Eta chapter of Phrateres , a non-exclusive, non-profit social-service club, was installed here in and became inactive in the s. Student editors and managers are solely responsible for the content of the State Press website. These publications are overseen by an independent board and guided by a professional adviser employed by the university. ASU has two radio stations. The Blaze broadcasts music 24 hours a day and features news and sports updates at the top and bottom of every hour.
W7ASU has about 30 members that enjoy amateur radio, and is primarily a contesting club. For example, Tooker House is strictly freshmen engineering students. Aside from the on-campus dorms, ASU also offers residential halls for upper-division housing and Greek life housing.
Greek housing is only available for sororities that are current members of ASU Panhellenic. There are 12 sororities residing in Greek life housing. Sororities are housed in a gated complex called Adelphi Commons and it is only accessible to members of the sororities. They compete in the Pac Conference in 20 varsity sports. ASU has won 24 national collegiate team championships in the following sports: The team has appeared in the Fiesta Bowl in , , , , , and winning 5 of 6.
The Sun Devils were Pac Champions in , , and Altogether, the football team has 17 Conference Championships and has participated in a total of 29 bowl games as of the — season with a 14—14—1 record in those games. Previously, Hurley was the head coach at the University of Buffalo as well as an assistant coach at Rhode Island and Wagner University. In , Bob Bowman was hired as the head swim coach. Previously, Bowman trained Michael Phelps through his Olympic career.
As of Fall , ASU students, including those enrolled in online courses, may avail of a free ticket to all ASU athletic events upon presentation of a valid student ID. Arizona State University has produced over , alumni worldwide. Other notable alumni include nine current or former U. Representatives, including Barry Goldwater, Jr. Business leaders that attended ASU include: Other notable athletes that attended ASU are: Celebrities who have attended ASU include: Influential writers and novelists include: Journalists and commentators include: Among American research universities, Arizona State is ranked 7th for sending students abroad through the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship program in the — academic year.
Donald Johanson , who discovered the 3. Arizona State University has been visited by nine United States presidents. President Theodore Roosevelt was the first president to visit campus, speaking on the steps of Old Main on March 20, , while in Arizona to dedicate the Roosevelt Dam. Ford debated Senator Albert Gore, Sr. Bush gave a lecture at Wells Fargo Arena on May 5, President Obama delivered the commencement speech for the Spring Commencement Ceremony, speaking to more than 60, people at Sun Devil Stadium.
Crow accepted the recommendations of the task force in November In , Professor Matthew Whitaker was accused of plagiarizing material in six books he had written, as well as in a speech he made to local high school students. After watching a video of the speech, a plagiarism analyst said he could pretty much read along from a newspaper article as Whitaker spoke. To the intense consternation of ASU faculty members the chairman of the tenure committee resigned in protest an investigating committee concluded there was no pattern of deceit and the copying had been inadvertent.
It all popped up again in with another Whitaker book, "Peace Be Still: They are more than just similar in tone. Whitaker has also been accused of appropriating training materials produced by the Chicago Police Department which he used as the basis for a lucrative contract with the Phoenix Police Department.
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Both online and on-campus courses follow the same eight-week course format. While Hopkins does offer most courses online, some electives may only be available on campus, and three foundational courses require short campus residency sessions in either Baltimore or Washington, D.
The business communications and leadership courses require three-day sessions, while the negotiations course requires a one and a half-day session. Most students graduate in around two and a half years, though the college allows up to six years to complete the program. Nearly half of all students move into consulting positions, though the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and healthcare industries are also popular professional choices. The curriculum includes a mixture of synchronous and asynchronous course materials; students attend two virtual class meetings each week, held in the evenings and taught by the same professors who conduct the on-campus courses.
The rest of the week is dedicated to asynchronous online coursework, such as pre-recorded lectures and assignments. CMU offers several specialization options that allow students to develop and refine their professional focus, in the form of both concentrations and tracks.
Concentrations are automatically awarded after candidates complete three or more elective courses in a subject area, such as communications, organizational behavior, or marketing. The MBA curriculum requires at least one concentration, but most students earn three or four. Professional tracks are more specialized, encompassing eight to 10 electives and a capstone course. CMU offers five unique options, preparing students for specialized work in particular fields or career paths after graduation: These required immersion sessions occur in between each mini-semester, giving students the opportunity to meet with faculty and peers and develop professional connections outside of online courses.
Access weekends serve as the starting point for new classes, allowing online learners to build deeper connections to classmates through face-to-face interactions. Students also participate in workshops, meet CMU alumni, and gain firsthand knowledge of advanced business practices through visits to partner companies. Based in Washington, D. GWU also allows degree candidates to create their own focus through a customized selection of elective courses. The degree takes around three years to complete, with students typically taking six credits per semester.
The first two years are dedicated to foundational and advanced business fundamentals courses, while the third year consists of mostly concentration elective courses. The program combines synchronous and asynchronous learning, with one live virtual classroom session held weekly for each course. These live sessions take place on evenings or weekends and include lectures, group activities, and case discussions, allowing students and faculty to collaborate.
Asynchronous course content includes videos, podcasts, animations, traditional readings, and other material that students complete on their own schedules.
Along with the traditional MBA, GWU also offers a fully online healthcare MBA that explores business and leadership approaches to healthcare, combining knowledge in medicine, health sciences, nursing, public health, law, international affairs, and business. As part of the curriculum, candidates can earn one of seven professional graduate certificates: A major public research college based in Charlottesville, UVA also maintains a satellite business school in Washington, D.
Both degrees emphasize business and leadership skills in a global environment, though the global MBA requires longer, more intensive residency sessions. UVA forgoes a lecture-based educational approach in favor of the case method, which focuses on the discussion and debate of real and simulated business problems. From the beginning of the program, students are assigned to learning teams based on background, experience, and professional interests, ensuring a mix of diverse viewpoints.
These teams participate in regular virtual meetings outside of class to prepare for case discussions and complete additional group work. Courses themselves typically require two synchronous virtual meetings each week. These sessions give students a deeper perspective on international business through experiential learning activities in global hubs, such as Sao Paulo, Beijing, Paris, Berlin, and Mumbai. Participants attend classes, visit prominent companies, and gain hands-on experience in cross-cultural business relations.
These events offer a variety of face-to-face learning experiences, including classroom sessions, case discussions, business simulations, and presentations. Regardless of track, two week-long leadership residency sessions on the Charlottesville campus bookend the program, bringing candidates together to reflect on leadership strategies and overall learning.
The flagship institution of the University of Illinois System, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign a major public research college that is home to over 47, students, making it one of the largest universities in the Midwest. The program has won praise for both its affordability and the quality of its instruction. The degree is available fully online, with no residency or travel requirements, allowing students to save even further.
Stressing both business mastery and leadership skills, the iMBA is a globally-focused degree that brings together working professionals from more than 40 countries around the world, encouraging students to develop versatile approaches to business. This highly flexible program allows degree candidates to set their own pace, typically completing all courses within months.
Illinois divides the core curriculum into four specialization areas, reflecting the practical knowledge required of business leaders: Each specialization component includes three courses and a capstone project that synthesizes subject knowledge. Along with specializations, candidates select two focus areas that cover advanced topics, including innovation, digital marketing, and global challenges in business. In addition to the specialization capstones, students also complete a final summative capstone project that integrates overall program learning.
Prospective students who are interested in sampling the curriculum and online learning format can enroll in one of two non-credit options without enrolling in the program itself. The school also allows applicants to enroll in a for-credit course before beginning the MBA. This option is ideal for students who have been out of school for some time and want to re-acclimate themselves to academic work before beginning their degree.
The program is geared to develop leaders with future-forward vision. Students emerge from the iMBA program ready to execute, manage, and lead, with advanced training in how to innovate, shape the digital world, and go global. The program begins with a weeklong residency at the USC campus in Los Angeles, allowing students and faculty to build connections face-to-face. The residency includes collaborative classroom activities, a consulting project competition, and opportunities to socialize and network with classmates, faculty, alumni, and business leaders.
During the residency, students complete an introductory three-credit course on the role of the manager, which emphasizes strategic and managerial frameworks along with the fundamental processes of communication and leadership. The remainder of the curriculum consists of five longer courses focused on core subject areas: Each course is worth about 10 units and lasts 16 weeks.
Synchronous meetings occur two times per week and typically last two hours. Online MBA students receive dedicated support from professional career consultants who can assist professionals at all stages of their careers with coaching and planning. Networking opportunities include events sponsored by the USC Marshall Alumni Association which boasts more than 87, members worldwide , online business leader guest speakers that directly connect students to industry executives, and invitations to Online MBA program events to meet new OMBA students and re-connect with alumni and faculty.
After graduating, Online MBA students are eligible to continue their studies by taking Marshall MBA elective courses; some of which are online or include an international experience. Located just outside of Philadelphia, Villanova was founded in , making it the oldest Catholic college in Pennsylvania. Students can also choose to pursue specialization options in finance, analytics, marketing, or strategic management.
While not required, these specializations are indicated on final transcripts and automatically awarded to candidates who earn 7. Villanova also offers some independent study options for students whose interests fall outside of the available elective courses.
Online courses mix synchronous and asynchronous content, including virtual class sessions, interactive case studies, discussion boards, and video lectures. For students who reside in the Philadelphia area, the school also offers hybrid options that include some on-campus courses. Villanova stresses the application of business theory to practice, and the program curriculum offers several opportunities to gain hands-on business experience through face-to-face practicum activities.
During the first or second semester, students participate in a leadership challenge during a short on-campus residency session that also offers opportunities to connect with peers and faculty. Midway through the degree, the MBA program hosts the social enterprise consulting practicum, a team-based activity in which students act as consultants to a community organization.
The MBA culminates with a global strategic management capstone course, which includes an optional weeklong international immersion experience. The course itself explores current business issues facing global organizations, while the immersion experiences gives candidates the opportunity to travel to a developing economy and observe international business firsthand.
Villanova recommends the immersion for all students able to attend, as it offers a chance to visit international companies and work on advanced group projects.
Those unable to travel abroad can attend a domestic immersion experience that offers many of the same opportunities. A private business college in Wellesley, Massachusetts, Babson holds a reputation as one of the top business schools in the country. Babson also emphasizes the application of business principles to all aspects of public life, highlighting the connection between entrepreneurship and community building. Given its impeccable business credentials, it should come as no surprise that the school offers one of the top online MBA degrees in the country, with a rigorous, action-based curriculum rooted in concepts of entrepreneurship and value creation.
Typically taking about 21 months to complete, this blended MBA combines primarily online coursework with weekend on-campus sessions held once every seven weeks—available in Wellesley as well as Miami and San Francisco.
The program uses a cohort model, which divides students into small groups that complete most coursework in the same sequence. Online learners dedicate about 20 hours per week to classes, which include asynchronous and real-time components, such as live discussions, group projects, case studies, and readings.
The degree requires 46 total credits and includes both core courses and 12 credits of specialized electives. Candidates have the option to choose from five concentration options: In disruptive change and enterprise transformation, for example, students attend a three and a half day on-campus residency to explore strategies that address shifts in consumer behavior, with a focus on the media, energy, and life science industries.
The flagship institution of the University System of Maryland, UMD is a major public research college with a student body of more than 39, The credit curriculum begins with core courses that introduce business fundamentals, such as managerial economics and public policy, leadership and teamwork, financial accounting, and strategic management.
Elective courses allow students to fulfill specialization requirements or pursue their own professional interests. UMD emphasizes experiential learning, and online degree candidates have several opportunities to apply their course learning to hands-on work with real businesses both domestic and abroad.
The school hosts multiple MBA residency sessions on campus, which allow for visits to local businesses and other organizations. Two campus residency sessions bookend the program, each worth two credits. The introductory residency, fundamentals of business, outlines core program topics and allows online learners to build face-to-face connections with classmates and faculty members.
The capstone residency, an integrative business simulation, requires students to synthesize major program topics and apply them to a sophisticated simulation activity that models real business problems.
Throughout the program, candidates can participate in other action learning projects that build practical experience in consulting, social venture, investing, international business, and entrepreneurship. UMD also provides substantial networking opportunities, both through campus residencies and a substantial alumni network of more than 60, professionals.
The degree typically takes three years to complete, though candidates may take extra electives to complete all coursework in 27 months. Most program components take place online, but students must visit the UCLA campus for immersion sessions that take place four weekends each semester once every three weeks. Lasting from Saturday afternoon through Sunday afternoon, immersion sessions make it possible for students outside the Los Angeles area to visit campus and return home easily in between work weeks.
Along with immersion weekends, online learners are required to participate in an introductory leadership foundations course, which kicks off the program at the end of August. This provides opportunities for students to explore fundamental program goals and meet with peers and faculty. Outside of campus learning, online learners participate in a variety of synchronous and asynchronous activities, including video lectures, interactive group projects, and other web-based assignments.
While many required specialization electives are hosted online or in a hybrid format, some may only be available through on-campus courses. Creating opportunities for hands-on learning in the business world, these culminating activities take place during the final year of the program and require students to apply their knowledge to genuine business practice.
In the global access program, candidates serve as global consultants for an international business, while the business creation option has candidates work together as a team to launch a new business venture. Webster operates in more than a dozen U. For those interested in combining business skills with other disciplines, the school also offers two dual-degree MBA programs in health administration or management and leadership. Available in both hybrid and fully online formats, the Webster MBA emphasizes flexibility and customization through more than a dozen optional concentration areas, including cybersecurity, environmental management, gerontology, and media communications.
The general MBA requires 36 total credits and includes 30 credits of core business courses along with six credits of electives. Concentration tracks include the credit core curriculum along with additional elective credits, with requirements varying widely between degrees. For example, an international business concentration requires 61 total credits, while a concentration in health administration requires just 39 credits. Not all electives are available fully online, and students seeking a concentration should consult with the college to determine required course availability.
Degree candidates with scheduling availability may also take entire courses on campus while remaining enrolled as online learners. For those able to travel internationally, Webster offers several global hybrid courses, which include eight weeks of online coursework and one week of immersive travel learning. These courses typically take place in the summer and spring, giving online learners the chance to work together with classmates and observe international business practices firsthand.
One of the top colleges in the Pacific Northwest, UW is home to the prestigious Foster School of Business, which serves more than 2, students at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Designed to accommodate working students, the program takes two years to complete, with no classes held in the summer. Online courses are primarily asynchronous, with guided independent work that students complete at their own pace.
Online coursework components include interactive discussion boards, streaming lectures, virtual team business simulations, podcasts, and active learning assessments. The program requires one weekly virtual class meeting, held on Tuesday evenings and typically lasting minutes. These live sessions allow for interactions with classmates and faculty, mirroring face-to-face classroom meetings.
Students can also participate in optional review sessions held on Thursdays. Campus immersion sessions offer opportunities for classroom learning and discussion, along with networking and social events. Students also explore the unique business culture of the Pacific Northwest through lectures and other events featuring industry leaders. The degree requires a total of 62 credits, including 52 credits of core business courses and 10 elective credits.
The first-year curriculum introduces business fundamentals, with courses in decision modeling, data analysis, and global strategy. During the second year, students complete core coursework, choose electives, and participate in other unique MBA curriculum components, including the program capstone and an optional international study tour that offers hands-on experience with global businesses.
Common subject areas include marketing, leadership, finance, and entrepreneurship. Due to the unique nature of the elective system, most courses are only offered once per year. Located in Malibu, California, Pepperdine is private research college associated with the Church of Christ.
The school is home to an MBA program online , a degree that explores the effects of globalization, technology, competition, and ethics on modern business. The Pepperdine Graziadio Business School offers both a fully online program and a hybrid degree that features a mix of online learning and weekend on-campus courses.
The Pepperdine Graziadio Online MBA online requires 52 total credits, consisting of 40 core credits and 12 elective credits. Fully online students can choose from four elective concentrations: The finance track builds deeper knowledge in financial analysis and organization, including topics in investment banking, portfolio management, and financial risk management.
The leadership track challenges students to develop their own system of business ethics and values, emphasizing effective management and organizational dynamics.
The marketing specialization explores the tools and techniques of marketing strategies and programs, including promotions, pricing, and consumer analysis. The general management concentration is a customizable specialization that allows students to select any electives relevant to their professional interests. The management track requires only seven elective credits, allowing for a slightly faster degree completion time. Students in the other three concentrations typically take an additional trimester to graduate.
This degree features most of the same coursework, but allows candidates to benefit from a classroom environment and other unique opportunities, such as a global business study experience.
Students can choose to complete this two-credit experiential course in several different formats, including a one-week intensive course held abroad, a one-week residential business seminar on the Pepperdine campus, or longer study abroad opportunities held at partner schools.
For current business professionals or those looking to make a career change, TUW offers a highly flexible, fully online MBA with six start dates throughout the year.
The program trains professional students to move into elevated leadership positions, covering theories, models, and research studies applicable to business and other organizations. TUW is particularly attuned to the needs of working students, and the MBA program allows students to control the pace and organization of their online learning.
Degree candidates can fit courses around their work schedules, or choose an accelerated format that allows for graduation in just one year. Admission to the program is open to students with or without an academic business background. Totaling 36 credits, the MBA curriculum includes nine core business courses and three concentration courses that build deeper knowledge in a professional subject area. Core courses cover foundational business topics, such as professional communications, management across cultures, and contemporary marketing.
TUW offers nine concentration options, all available fully online: Most courses use a fully asynchronous format that allows students to complete work outside of a set schedule, though assignments still have weekly deadlines. This course requires students to reflect on their prior learning and synthesize different program concepts in application to a real business problem. Based in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania about an hour north of Philadelphia Lehigh is one of the top private colleges in the Northeast, serving around 7, students annually.
The Flex MBA offers both online and hybrid options, making the degree an ideal choice for working students who want to pursue an education without interrupting a career.
Lehigh emphasizes student choice, with several paths for completing the program. Candidates can choose an accelerated format that combines online and on-campus courses, allowing them to graduate in 16 months.
Alternately, students with significant work or home obligations can earn their degree at a relaxed pace, taking up to six years to complete the program. The program offers multiple start dates in January, May, and August. While the program is primarily online, Lehigh requires students to attend a two-day on-campus orientation session before beginning classes.
The core curriculum covers the principles of management, including financial and physical resources, products and services, information, and organizational environments. Elective courses allow candidates to strengthen various subject areas, and concentration options include corporate entrepreneurship, finance, international business, marketing, project management, and supply chain management.
Concentration tracks include both required courses and elective options that allow students to explore specialized topics in the field.
Selecting a concentration is not required, and online learners may fulfill elective credits with any selection of courses that matches their professional interests. The program culminates with an integrative experience that combines core learning principles to explore strategic management solutions. Students perform in-depth case analyses and complete a comprehensive business simulation that mimics real business problems.
The school takes a holistic approach to business studies, giving students a wide-ranging perspective on organizational resources and capabilities, consumer needs and desires, and the impact of business decisions on society at large. The program also situates business in the context of Jesuit ethics, encouraging students to develop their own ethical framework.
Regis holds courses in accelerated eight-week blocks, allowing online learners to pursue their studies part-time while still maintaining a career.
Regis emphasizes the practical application of a business mindset, and students are encouraged and required to draw connections between coursework and their own careers. Core courses cover major topics in business management, such as entrepreneurial innovation, managerial economics, and foundations of organizational behavior, while electives allow candidates to pursue specialized knowledge in different business areas. Regis also offers five optional specializations in accounting, finance, health industry leadership, marketing, and strategic management.
Going beyond general elective requirements, these specialization tracks build advanced skills and require 12 credits of coursework, increasing the graduation requirement to 42 credits. Students may also choose to take specialization courses beyond the credit minimum. While admissions are open to students who lack an undergraduate business degree, Regis requires students to complete certain foundational courses prior to beginning the core MBA curriculum.
Admitted students with no business experience must take 15 credits of foundational courses, covering accounting, finance, marketing, and statistics. Applicants with undergraduate business majors are typically allowed to waive all foundational courses, and applicants with a strong business background may be able to forgo many courses.
All foundational courses are available fully online. Intended for working professionals, this part-time distance MBA is ideal for students who live outside the Twin Cities area or need flexibility in their education. The credit curriculum includes 29 credits of core courses and 28 credits of electives.
Typically completed in about two and a half years, the program dedicates its first year entirely to foundational studies, covering managerial economics, data analysis, leadership, and operations management.
During the second year, candidates complete the foundational requirements and move on to elective courses, allowing them to personalize their studies to reflect professional interests.
UMN offers many fully online elective courses, such as corporate venturing, business formation, management of innovation, and skills for managerial presentations.
One is the program orientation, which takes place on the UMN campus at the beginning of the first fall semester. The orientation introduces overall program principles and gives candidates the opportunity to meet peers and professors.
Intensive campus courses serve as elective credit and pack an entire course curriculum into several days worth of study. These electives cover a range of topics, including cross-cultural negotiations, persuasion and influence, or the business of social media. Students who reside near the Twin Cities may choose to take an evening MBA elective class over the course of a semester. The global program experience allows degree candidates to travel abroad and observe international business, while student development events take place on campus and include business conferences, career workshops, case competitions, and other relevant professional opportunities.
Based in Hoboken, New Jersey, Stevens is a private research college that emphasizes engineering and technology. While the school does not require any business experience, the college recommends that applicants hold at least two years of full-time experience in a professional work environment. This credit program offers five concentration options, focusing on high-demand business subjects: Students complete 12 core courses that stress business fundamentals, along with four elective courses that build deeper knowledge in a chosen area of business.
Most courses can be taken either on campus or online, giving students the flexibility to mix their delivery format if they desire. The consulting team analyzes organizational practices to identify a business problem or a potential opportunity, outlines possible solutions, and presents a formal recommendation for strategic action to company managers. The consulting experience integrates overall program learning and allows participants to make important connections in the business world.
Alternately, Stevens offers a capstone course in integration and application of technology management, which includes a comprehensive business simulation activity that synthesizes core program topics.
The simulation requires students to work in teams and devise strategies for operations management and organizational decision-making. MBA candidates draw on their own business experiences to identify a problem and develop their understanding of its causes and potential solutions throughout the course of the program.
The credit curriculum begins with the eponymous Renaissance manager course, which introduces fundamental program concepts and tools, including methods of thinking and inquiry, problem identification approaches, interdisciplinary problem-solving, and strategies for framing and reframing business issues. These core skills serve candidates through the duration of the program, which typically takes two years. Through a series of 12 courses, students explore a variety of topics, including organizational management, operations, integrated technology, and leadership for the 21st century.
Fulfilling the second half of the program theme, the practicum requires students to synthesize their overall learning in the context of their chosen problem, creating a detailed description of the problem, their approach to it, and the lessons learned from this approach.
The one-credit weekend residency is the only required campus component, giving students the opportunity to meet at William and Mary for workshops, networking events, experiential learning activities, and guest lectures.
Campus residencies occur twice a year, and students are invited to attend all sessions, through only one is required for graduation. Atlanta, Georgia is the home of Emory, a prestigious private college that offers a top online MBA program with a unique modular format and focus on student flexibility. The curriculum includes eight required campus residency sessions, held every 10 weeks.
These weeklong campus immersions provide opportunities for classroom learning and group work, along with individualized student attention in the form of career coaching and personal development sessions. Participants also benefit from a wide selection of workshops and other useful events, such as guest speakers, networking activities, and career management seminars. Two additional off-campus immersion sessions—one international and the other on the West Coast—offer the chance to observe a variety of business practices and consult with leading companies both at home and abroad.
Core courses cover five major areas: Electives offer the chance to gain deeper knowledge in specialized topics, with unique options such as the business of healthcare, process analysis and Six Sigma, and marketing analytics in Excel.
Students may also perform an independent study for elective credit on an approved topic of their choice. This seminar series explores the role of business tools to address major issues facing the healthcare industry, such as strategic agility, value-based delivery, and cost and quality management.
Based in Boston, Massachusetts, NEU was one of the first colleges in the country to offer its MBA programs online , and school holds a reputation for innovation and academic excellence.
Emphasizing values of entrepreneurial thinking and experiential learning, this practice-based MBA degree explores business in a global context, challenging students to develop a deeper understanding of organizational management along with skills in communication, collaboration, leadership, and critical thinking.
Students select a concentration by choosing at least three electives within a subject area. NEU also offers several dual concentrations that include two electives from two different subject areas along with one shared course, building connections between different fields of business.
While not all subject areas can be combined into dual concentrations, some such as international management and innovation entrepreneurship pair with most other subjects.
Offering concentrations in either investments or corporate finance, the dual degree is also available fully online. For degree candidates who live in the Boston area or are able to travel, NEU offers an optional campus residency that takes the place of one elective.
Open to online learners who have completed at least three MBA courses, this week-long intensive residency allows students to work face-to-face with peers and faculty and participate in other campus events. The field study is open to students who have completed the first year of MBA courses 26 credits minimum with a 3. Locations vary from year to year, but previous classes have visited China, Greece, and Turkey.
DBU began offering online classes in , and over the past two decades the school has grown into one of the top distance education providers in Texas, with fully online degrees that accommodate the needs of working students. The school maintains two satellite campuses in Plano and Hurst, which may offer some on-campus MBA course options.
The credit degree curriculum includes 24 credits of core courses, exploring foundational topics, such as leadership in management, corporate finance, and creative problem solving for marketing decisions. An additional 12 credits of elective courses allow students to refine their professional focus. The program ends with a capstone course in strategic management decisions, which emphasizes theories and practices of organizational strategy.
The capstone also includes a service-learning field study component that allows students to apply their business skills to a real organization.
DBU emphasizes student choice and flexibility, and the school offers a substantial selection of dual degree options for candidates looking to specialize their MBA. While all MBA courses are available online, dual degrees may require some on-campus courses, particularly for certain electives. Students interested in pursuing dual degree pathways must consult with an advisor to determine available options.
Students pursuing their MBA online have two options: The MBA contains 40 total credits, with a core curriculum that emphasizes both business processes and technology applications. Along with the business core, students complete six credits of depth requirement courses, which build specialized knowledge in a particular business subject. Comparable to concentrations in the traditional MBA program, depth options include biosciences management, finance, innovation, technology entrepreneurship and commercialization, supply chain management, and marketing.
Students also choose from additional elective courses to develop further knowledge in subject areas, such as consumer behavior, data security and privacy, or product and brand management.
Online learners also divide into virtual teams to perform group work, discussions, and other projects. Some synchronous course sessions may require students to log on at prearranged times for virtual course meetings or other live activities. These experiences give online learners the chance to meet with peers and faculty, participate in structured learning activities, and enjoy social and networking opportunities. Active duty military students who are unable to attend can waive the residencies and substitute extra elective courses in their place.
Candidates in the accelerated track who wish to graduate in 21 months may have to complete an additional on-campus course or an international course to finish the program as quickly as possible. The program features 16 concentrations in diverse fields such as accounting, American legal studies, criminal justice administration, and healthcare management.
The curriculum covers 45 credit hours of material. Students interested in the accounting cognate must have completed several classes in accounting and finance. Military students receive a significant discount on tuition rates. Full-time students can complete the program in two years. Located in Springfield, MSU offers one of the top online MBAs for students seeking a program with concentrations across a wide variety of fields.
Available entirely online, the program targets professionals with some business experience. Students can choose from more than a dozen specialty areas, including computer information systems, finance, data analytics, forensic accounting, management, and marketing. Graduates obtain not only an MBA, but also a graduate certificate in one of these areas, enhancing their appeal in the marketplace.
Students must earn 18 hours of foundational credits in subjects like accounting, finance, and statistics. Learners then move on to core courses, a required seminar, and six credits in electives. Degree candidates must prove their proficiency in both research and writing. The school often waives the GMAT requirement for students with more than a 3. Distance learners pay in-state tuition. The school has offered instruction in the finer points of finance, accounting, and marketing for more than 60 years.
Students not only complete asynchronous online coursework, but also undergo two immersions in cities across the country and the globe. Distance learners add three electives to meet their requirements. Many students choose to focus these electives in an area of concentration such as business analytics, consulting, finance, international business, and marketing. The university offers four start dates per year. Applicants must submit their resumes and previous collegiate transcripts. With no residential requirements and an asynchronous format, the credit course of study is ideal for working businesspeople.
The program features focus areas in business analytics, entrepreneurship, finance, healthcare administration, marketing, and sports management. Distance learning students may choose to take some classes at UMass satellite locations. UMass boasts ten years of experience in online instruction. The university provides distance learners with an array of support services, including tech help, advising, and tutoring. UMass Amherst allows students to take two classes before they officially enroll in the program.
The school prefers candidates with three to five years of experience. Distance learners can complete this top online MBA program in 24 to 28 months of part-time study.
Students can tailor the curriculum to their own career ambitions, choosing from concentrations in corporate finance, financial decision making, and accounting. Learners may also focus their studies in other areas using electives. Faculty members hold real-time office hours to meet with their pupils. Degree candidates have the option of attending a one-week on-campus residency to meet their professors and peers.
Applicants must submit official undergraduate transcripts, GMAT or GRE scores, a resume, a personal statement, and two letters of recommendation. Bryan filters its online MBA through a biblical worldview. Based in Dayton, Tennessee, the Christian liberal arts university offers a handful of graduate-level programs through the internet. Distance learners can earn the accelerated online MBA in just 18 months. Accredited by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education, the program highlights ethics, leadership, global business, and technological knowledge.
The curriculum builds skills in decision making, quantitative analysis, and reading financial indicators. Participants can elect to specialize in marketing, human resources, healthcare administration, ministry, or sports management. Most classes are asynchronous to accommodate students with full-time jobs. The university schedules classes in accelerated, nine-week sessions.
For admission, students should submit a resume, undergraduate transcripts, a personal statement, and two professional recommendations. Bryan prides itself on affordability, and its program costs a third of what many other schools charge.
Overlooking the Hudson River in Poughkeepsie, New York, Marist is a comprehensive liberal arts college known for its forward-thinking usage of technology. The credit curriculum gives students a strong foundation in business basics while also exploring advanced topics in management, technology, business analytics, and industry practices. Students may choose a concentration in ethical leadership, financial management, or healthcare administration.
Part-time students can complete the program in two-and-a-half years, while full-time students can finish much sooner. All coursework is available in an asynchronous online format. Students may enroll in specialized programs in accounting, business analytics, finance, entrepreneurship, marketing management, and supply chain management. Students can also use electives to create a custom program.
These full-time online MBA programs revolve around synchronous meetings in digital classrooms. Students must also attend three residencies over the course of the two-year program. Syracuse structures these gatherings like business conferences. Meetings take place in cities across the country and around the globe.
Applicants must have a year of work experience. Potential students must submit GMAT scores unless they have more than five years of work experience. Students can select from concentrations in business intelligence, finance, human resource management, international business, management, marketing, process improvement, and supply chain management.
Students can also combine specializations, double up, mix and match, or use electives to create their own concentration. Students can complete all coursework asynchronously from home with no on-campus visits. The school provides five start dates each year. Online students pay slightly more than students enrolled on campus. Transfer students may apply up to six credits towards the degree.
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