University of Denver Announces New Online MBA

Students will be able to study alongside their work and meet online for classes each week

The University of Denver's Daniels College of Business has launched an online MBA program which will allow students to study remotely while keeping up with work commitments.

The [email protected] curriculum will be the same as that of the on-campus MBA, but students will connect virtually for weekly classes. Between the weekly sessions, students will study using interactive content online.

In that way, students will be able to study for the MBA without having to relocate away from family and work commitments.

There will still be opportunities for students to meet face-to-face for more immersive study activities. These will include leadership training, as well as networking opportunities with entrepreneurs, corporate partners, peers and faculty.

The University of Denver will run the new program in partnership with education technology company 2U.


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