William Paterson University in Wayne has introduced a 100% online MBA program, providing six in-demand degree options delivered in a flexible online format.
The Master of Business Administration online program from the University’s AACSB-accredited Cotsakos College of Business can be completed in as few as 12 months at a competitive tuition price. It is designed to provide students with an innovative pathway to distinctive leadership roles.
Students may choose from the broad-based MBA General track, which covers a comprehensive set of managerial skills applicable to a variety of business disciplines, or from five highly specialized concentrations that enable students to shape their degrees to meet professional goals and interests:
This rigorous, progressive MBA program focuses on real-world learning while preparing students for advanced careers. Through engaging online coursework, students will develop the essential knowledge and relevant skillsets to advance their careers in an increasingly diverse and competitive global business environment.
“Our new fully-online, fast-track MBA program has been designed with working professionals and current business needs in mind,” says Joshua Powers, PhD, William Paterson University’s provost and vice president for academic affairs. “Our new program provides a work/life balance that enables students to complete an MBA in one year, online, on their own time, and with various available start dates.”
In addition to foundational studies, the curriculum includes an integrated capstone course and the creation of a personal strategic plan. All courses are taught by highly qualified faculty with relevant industry experience who are committed to student success.
The 30-credit-hour online MBA offers numerous benefits for students including 100 percent online coursework, six start dates to choose from per year, pay-as-you-go tuition and a GMAT waiver for those who qualify.
The first cycle of MBA online classes begins July 13, 2020. Apply now at online.wpunj.edu.
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