Written by: Rider University Published by: CentralJersey.com MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Rider University and Prospanica, an association of Hispanic MBAs and professionals, signed a partnership agreement that provides a 20% tuition reduction for participating members for undergraduate, graduate and continuing education programs, as well as eligible immediate family members … [Read more...] about Rider University, Prospanica sign partnership to support Hispanic professionals
Written by: Emma Whitford Published by: Inside Higher Ed MBA News Digest Comment: What will this do for GME recruiting? Extracted Content: Analysts at Moody’s Investors Service recently downgraded Rider University’s bond rating, signaling that the credit rating agency is increasingly concerned about the institution's precarious finances. Rider’s rating fell from Ba1 -- already a … [Read more...] about Rider University Receives Junk Bond Rating
Written by: Rachel Stengel Published by: News at Rider University MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: After the success of its bachelor's degree program in cybersecurity, which launched in 2019, Rider University will offer an online master's in cybersecurity. The 36-credit degree program will allow students the flexibility to design a plan of study that meets their personal … [Read more...] about Rider to offer online master’s in cybersecurity
Content written by Mark Lieberman and published by Inside Higher Ed. MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: Rider University in New Jersey will partner with the online program management provider Pearson Education on 16 undergraduate and graduate online programs by 2021, the company announced Tuesday. The first programs from the partnership will be an online M.B.A. and an … [Read more...] about Rider University Selects Pearson for New Online M.B.A.
Content written by Terry Nguyen and published by The Chronicle of Higher Education. MBA News Digest Comment: None. Extracted Content: A dean at Rider University has reportedly resigned after the New Jersey college’s administration chose not to consider establishing a Chick-fil-A franchise on the campus. Cynthia Newman, dean of the College of Business Administration, stepped down from her … [Read more...] about Dean Resigns After Rider U. Rejects Chick-fil-A Franchise
Content written and published by Rider University. Extracted Content: Rider University announced today, May 30, that Cynthia M. Newman, Ph.D., has been appointed the dean of the College of Business Administration (CBA) effective June 1, 2017. Newman has served as the interim dean of CBA since 2016. She has been affiliated with Rider University since 1992 when she joined CBA as an adjunct … [Read more...] about Rider University Names New College Of Business Administration Dean