By Alexis Menard On February 1, 2020 2:15 pm
The University of Michigan-Flint’s School of Management now offers the most flexible MBA program around. Starting in spring 2020, the MBA program will offer a fully online completion path. The online MBA will enhance UM-Flint’s current evening and Net+ hybrid MBA course offerings. The University of Michigan-Flint’s online MBA allows students from around the world to receive the highly prestigious University of Michigan MBA education without leaving home. “Our online MBA courses offer students an incredible amount of flexibility in pursuing their degree. Students might pursue a degree that is primarily online with a mix of Net+ hybrid and traditional courses, or pursue a (the MBA) degree that is primarily Net+ and take advantage of an online course here and there when they need to. Faculty teaching online are making use of video conferencing and other tools to bring more of the traditional classroom feeling into the online learning experience,” said Dr. Greg Laurence, Associate Professor of Management.
University of Michigan-Flint MBA students will now have the opportunity to choose from three modes of MBA classes, making its flexibility unmatched. Students can choose from an evening class, which meets weekly, Net+ hybrid classes, which are mostly online with two-weekend campus sessions each semester and 100% online classes that require no campus visits. UM-Flint’s distinguished MBA professors teach in all three modes and are based on the University of Michigan-Flint campus. Dr. Clement Chen, Professor of Accounting says, “The online MBA program is taught by faculty who excel in online instruction. They are passionate about imparting knowledge and building rapport with students in an interactive online learning community. Professors care a great deal about students learning and are very responsive to the learning needs of students.”
For more information on the MBA, visit: umflint.edu/som/mba