For Release: October 30, 2002
Marylhurst University's MBA program is among 78 of the country's regionally accredited business programs recognized by U.S. News & World Report in its "Special Report: E-Learning" (October 28, page 66).
Marylhurst's online option supports scheduling MBA classes around business travel, community and home responsibilities, allowing students with busy lives to logon to the virtual classroom, anytime day or night, via the Internet. Students may also opt to take all courses on campus or may combine these with online classes. A flexible curriculum blends management theory with application in a supportive, dynamic learning environment.
"Business is about managing change in technology, markets, corporate culture and social responsibility," said Bert Desmond, Chair of the Graduate Business and Management Department. "Our MBA candidates are working professionals. Marylhurst's business education is rigorous and focuses on combining classical business skills with a results-oriented approach that is relevant to today's business environment."
Marylhurst University's MBA program is accredited by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) and by the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges.
Learn more about Marylhurst's MBA program.