The University of Arkansas at Little Rock is offering Master of Business Administration (MBA) students a new MBA program that incorporates both on-campus and online learning this fall.
“What makes the program special is the degree of flexibility and convenience offered to our students,” Sonya Premeaux, associate dean for graduate students in the College of Business, said in a statement. “Traditionally, they would come to campus one to three nights a week, depending on their chosen course schedule. Now they can come to campus whenever they want.”
Beginning in the upcoming fall semester, all required MBA classes are available via Zoom video conferencing. If students prefer in-person teaching, all courses will feature face-to-face instruction as well.
“UA Little Rock’s MBA will allow the student to choose the delivery method that best suits them at the time – in class or through Zoom technology,” College of Business Dean Jane Wayland said. “If life gets in the way, the class is recorded with a transcript for the student to view at any time.”
All participating MBA students can attend classes on campus, online, or both. Both options will make interacting with other students and instructors possible.
All MBA classes are to be recorded and available for review. Each class recording will feature a searchable index that allows students to find content efficiently.