The Martin J. Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University’s online MBA program has been ranked #11 in the Financial Times’ 2018 ranking of all online MBA programs worldwide, #7 in the nation. The full rankings, released this week, are published at http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/rankings, along with the full methodology.
The Whitman School partners with 2U Inc. to administer its online MBA program, MBA@Syracuse. The program includes a diverse student body of more than 1,000 students, hailing from 48 states and eight countries.
MBA@Syracuse allows students from anywhere in the world to take part in the highly-regarded Whitman MBA program – without having to relocate or put their careers on hold. Classes take place on a live, online platform taught by Whitman’s award-winning faculty, connecting students with the comprehensive education and experience they need to succeed in today’s competitive business environment.
MBA@Syracuse graduates receive the same Whitman degree as on-campus students, completing a 54-credit-hour program with 36 core course credits and 18 elective credits. Current students and graduates apply their education to a wide variety of industries, ranging from financial services and consulting, pharmaceuticals and healthcare, media and entertainment, government and nonprofit, and more. Students also participate in multi-day domestic and international residencies throughout their program, which offer students the chance to meet classmates and professors face-to-face for workshops and networking experiences.
For more information on MBA@Syracuse, please visit onlinebusiness.syr.edu/mba or follow the program on Twitter at @BusinessatSU. Those interested in learning more about admissions requirements and about the program can contact an admissions counselor at 844-797-4622 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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