France's ESCEM Redesigns Online MBA Program

Program now offers specializations in Finance, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship; can be completed in 14 months

France's ESCEM School of Business and Management has redesigned its online MBA program for the 2015 intake.

The online MBA, which launched in 2007, now includes an option to pursue a specialization as part of the program. Available specializations include Finance, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship.

The program can now be completed in 14 months. During the first 12 months, students will take a range of core and specialization courses. The MBA's curriculum includes eight core classes, covering topics like "Financial Strategy," "Marketing," and "Information Systems Management," among others.

During the final two months of the program, students will work on a capstone project, where they can apply the skills they have learned in a real business context.

To apply for the program applicants should have at least a bachelor's degree and 2-3 years of work experience. Proof of English-language ability will also be required.

ESCEM School of Business and Management is accredited by AACSB International.

For more information, please see ESCEM's online MBA webpage.

Comments

opendoor12    |    Apr 29, 2015 15:22
The program's webpage says that it's offered at a "huge discount" for 2015 but doesn't specify what these discounts are. Anybody know how much it costs?
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