– Florida Tech has announced a Master’s of Business Administration degree program that accommodates the busy schedules of working managers. The program
combines on-site and distance learning. Students will attend four, 11-week sessions, each year to complete the program in less than three years.
Students will meet specified weekends at a designated site and will cover the remainder of the material via distance learning. The program will begin when
approximately 20 to 25 students have been accepted.
Applicants must possess a minimum of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, a GMAT (Graduate Management Admissions Test) score of
over 450 and have completed five years of work experience.
“The only difference between this program and the main campus program is the distance learning components and the fact that students will go through this
M.B.A. degree program in a lock-step manner,” said Dr. Barbara Pierce, associate dean of Florida Tech’s School of Management. Students will start the
program together and finish together. All courses will be taught by the school’s full-time Ph.D. faculty.
To apply, visit http://cob.fit.edu and click on “Admissions” in the upper left corner. Follow the link to Graduate Programs, then to online application.
For more information, contact Pierce at email@example.com, (321) 674-7392.