JMU’s online MBA has received a another prestigious national ranking, this time from Princeton Review. The specific program is an online master’s degree in business administration with an emphasis on information security. Here’s a link to the rating, showing the program ranked 11th nationally:
The program is a unique blend of online and in-person instruction. Every eight weeks on a Saturday, we turn a Northern Virginia hotel into a miniature JMU. In the morning, students come in and complete class presentations or exams for the class they’re finishing, and then break for lunch, and then start the next class. Then they scatter back to their home locations and the class meets online for eight weeks, before another Saturday in Northern Virginia starts the cycle again. In just over two years, the students have an MBA.
I was one of the original instructors when the program started in 2001 and have continued to develop print and video materials for the program since then. We have a great team teaching the online MBA and I’m proud to be part of it!
(Note that this program was rated no. 12 nationally by U.S. News & World Report.)