MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) - Kansas State University will offer an online Master of Business Administration program beginning in the fall.
The Manhattan Mercury reports (http://bit.ly/ZOEz84) the university's College of Business Administration will work with the Division of Continuing Education to offer the online program. It is geared toward working professionals with at least three to five years of experience.
The same professors who teach graduate courses at the Manhattan campus will teach the online courses.
The university says online students will be required to attend a two-day regional student orientation. They must complete 45 credits, or as few as 30 credits depending on previous undergraduate business course work.
The students also must take a faculty-led international trip and attend development and learning seminars.
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