University of Kansas to Launch an Online MBA

Program is designed to be completed in 2 years and offers specializations

The University of Kansas School of Business has announced that it will launch an online MBA program this fall.

According to a school press release, the online MBA program is well-suited for anyone wanting to make a career change, regardless of whether a student has a background in business.

The program is designed to be completed in two years. Specializations will be available in Finance, Marketing, and Management and Leadership. 

To apply for KU's new online MBA program, applicants will need a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution, with a GPA of 3.0 or higher preferred. A GMAT score will also be required. International students must submit either an IELTS (with a minimum score of 6.5 and no part score below 6), or a TOEFL score (with a minimum score of 23 on all parts).

Intakes for the new online MBA program will be offered in the fall and the spring. For fall entry, June 2nd is the priority deadline to apply; the final deadline is August 4th. For the Spring 2016 intake, November 20th is the priority deadline, while January 5th, 2016 is the final deadline.

For more information, please see the University of Kansas' online MBA homepage.

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