Written by: Denise Ray Published by: University of North Georgia on 5/4/2022 MBA News Digest Comment: It appears UNG is phasing out the face-to-face program and completely replacing it with the online program. Extracted Content: The University of North Georgia's (UNG) Cottrell Master of Business Administration (MBA) program will be offered online for new students starting this fall. UNG will … [Read more...] about Cottrell MBA going online in fall 2022
Written by: Carol Elliott Published by: Notre Dame MBA News Digest Comment: It is rare for a B-School or University to announce they will no longer offer a dual-degree. Extracted Content: Since earning its first STEM designation in 2017, the Mendoza College of Business has continued to evolve STEM-related options available to students. As a result, the Notre Dame MBA will no longer offer the … [Read more...] about Notre Dame graduate business school evolves program offerings to meet changing STEM landscape
Written by: Mae Monette Published by: Vanderbilt Hustler on 9/27/2021 MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: The Dual Five-Year Baccalaureate–MBA program (3+2 program) is no longer offered by Vanderbilt’s Owen Graduate School of Management (Owen) and the College of Arts and Science (A&S). Per an email to The Hustler from Andrea Hearn, the assistant dean of undergraduate … [Read more...] about Dual Five-Year Baccalaureate–MBA Program eliminated
Written by: Sabine Martin Published by: The Daily Iowan MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: The University of Iowa will terminate an international program in Hong Kong, create a new graduate program, and change a program’s name after approval from the state Board of Regents Wednesday. The termination of the UI’s Executive Master’s of Business Administration Program with the Hong … [Read more...] about Regents approve University of Iowa Graduate School program terminations, name changes
Written by: Patrick Thomas Published by: The Wall Street Journal MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Several U.S. business schools have closed their struggling full-time M.B.A. programs in recent months, and the coronavirus outbreak may endanger more. Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management in Indiana said last month that it would stop admitting students to its … [Read more...] about Covid-19 Prompted Purdue University to Shut Its M.B.A. Program. More Closures Are Expected.
Written by: John Byrne Published by: Poets&Quants MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Once among the top 30 MBA programs in the U.S., Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management today (June 15) effectively tossed in the towel on its two-year residential MBA offering. The decision to at least temporarily shut down the program comes after years of application declines, … [Read more...] about Purdue Pauses Its Money-Losing, Rank-Sinking Residential MBA