Online MBA with live classes


JJ_99

Hello,

I am looking for an online MBA program that has live class sessions, rather than having to watch pre-recorded video lectures. I think that the learning experience is better when you can interact in real-time with professors and other students.

I saw that Carnegie Mellon has a program like this, but it seems like most of the other ones mix video lectures with discussion formats. How is the Carnegie Mellon program perceived? Is it a good one? Are there others that I should look at?

Hello,

I am looking for an online MBA program that has live class sessions, rather than having to watch pre-recorded video lectures. I think that the learning experience is better when you can interact in real-time with professors and other students.

I saw that Carnegie Mellon has a program like this, but it seems like most of the other ones mix video lectures with discussion formats. How is the Carnegie Mellon program perceived? Is it a good one? Are there others that I should look at?
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Duncan

I would imagine that anything from Carnegie Mellon will be good. The Cornell-Queens boardroom MBA is a more developed version of that, where the students meet in around 20 boardrooms across the Americas.

I would imagine that anything from Carnegie Mellon will be good. The Cornell-Queens boardroom MBA is a more developed version of that, where the students meet in around 20 boardrooms across the Americas.
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ezra

It's called "synchronous learning," and an increasing number of online MBA programs are offering it.

IE Business School has had a long-standing synchronous platform, and their online program is pretty good.

UNC offers some live classes, as well, as does the recently launched Maryland Smith program. Either would be good choices.

It's called "synchronous learning," and an increasing number of online MBA programs are offering it.

IE Business School has had a long-standing synchronous platform, and their online program is pretty good.

UNC offers some live classes, as well, as does the recently launched Maryland Smith program. Either would be good choices.
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JJ_99

Thanks! The UNC program looks really interesting, and it's a bit less expensive than the one at Carnegie Mellon. Definitely going to look into that one.

Thanks! The UNC program looks really interesting, and it's a bit less expensive than the one at Carnegie Mellon. Definitely going to look into that one.
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ezra

I think that the UNC program is really solid, and given what on online MBA actually offers, that Carnegie Mellon program should include some more robust career services support -- or something else -- for it to be worth it.

If it doesn't, I would go with UNC.

I think that the UNC program is really solid, and given what on online MBA actually offers, that Carnegie Mellon program should include some more robust career services support -- or something else -- for it to be worth it.

If it doesn't, I would go with UNC.
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