Wake Forest University Announces New Online MBA

New flexible program aimed at working professionals

The North Carolina-based Wake Forest University School of Business has announced the launch of a new Online MBA program.

The program will provide a degree of flexibility, which makes it ideal for working professionals who need to balance their studies with work life. Typically, the program will take just over two years to complete and will be delivered entirely online. This helps it stand out from Wake Forest's part-time MBA, which is delivered through campus learning in either Charlotte or Winston-Salem.

The Online MBA will include the option to pursue one of three concentrations in a range of business fields, including Business Analytics, Finance, and Strategy and Leadership. 

The spring start date for Wake Forest's new Online MBA is January 18; applications are due by December 30. 

With the new program, Wake Forest University joins a growing group of AACSB-accredited, North Carolina-based business schools offering Online MBAs, including most notably, the UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School, which offers a longstanding, highly-ranked Online MBA.

For more information, please see Wake Forest University's Online MBA program page. 


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