Online Learning Update

November 29, 2016

University seeks approval for MBA program

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:06 am

By Phil Wenzel, the Soo Evening News

Officials with Lake Superior State University are hopeful the university is still on track to begin offering a master of business administration degree, possibly by next year. The university offered an MBA before, which Finley has said peaked in the 1990s. That was before classes could be offered online, which led to a limited supply of students in the Eastern Upper and Northern Lower Peninsulas. Plans for the new program call for classes to be presented one-at-a-time, each lasting about seven weeks. It would take just-under two years to complete the entire program. Instructors would use a blended format, meaning much of the content will be delivered online but each class would be required to meet in person at least once. In addition, members of each program cohort would have to participate in a week-long, project-based class or activity. That would most likely be held during the summer.

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