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The University of Arizona's Eller College of Management conveniently offers six starts throughout the year for its Eller Online MBA for working professionals, and students praise the "flexibility" of choosing how many courses to take at a time. With six concentrations in entrepreneurship, health care, finance, management and organizations, management information systems, and marketing, students appreciate the "breadth of classes offered" and "the opportunity to touch upon a variety of subjects." Students choose the Eller Online MBA for its "affordability," "great reputation" and "convenient online experience." As one student reports, "University of Arizona's program was the right mix of cost, reputation, and course offering." Another adds that the program embraces its online student population "by communicating daily, providing 24/7 librarian services, and making its professors accessible." Courses are 100 percent online and delivered via the "user-friendly" Blackboard platform, which "enables in-class discussions, group discussions, private discussions with the professor and video lectures that do not skip or stall." As one student raves, "Accessibility was flawless . . . I travelled frequently while in the program and never once missed an assignment." Students agree, "The professors are really invested in the program": These "engaging and available" experts "really care about the students and take the time to ensure we know the material very well." As for their "motivated and ambitious" fellow classmates, members of the program appreciate this "very diverse group with experience in all different fields" and note that "there are a surprising number of people who already have an MA, MS, PhD or MD." "People participated actively in discussions, shared great insight, and were great strategic thinkers." While Eller College of Management does not require an immersion program, one student remarks, "My school offered an international business trip to Brazil. The trip was very well balanced with both cultural and business experiences." While coursework can be "intense" with "a lot of reading and regular assignments," students are able to maintain a "healthy" work-life balance. One online MBA student explains, "It's a sacrifice. I knew that going into the program."

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Paige Bausman
Director Online MBA

1130 East Helen Street, Room 210
PO Box 210108
Tucson, Az, 85721-0108
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520 621-4008

520 621-2606




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