Dr. Ashutosh Deshmukh is the Chair of the Penn State iMBA program as well as a professor of Accounting and MIS. In this interview, Dr. Deshmukh discusses online MBA programs and their increasing popularity.
Joseph A. DiAngelo is the dean of the Erivan K. Haub School of Business at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia. DiAngelo has been on AACSB’s board of directors since 2003, and currently serves as their Vice Chair Elect. In this interview Dean DiAngelo discusses AACSB, online MBA accreditation, and how to decide if an online MBA is the right option for you.
Online MBA Accreditation is what separates the reputable programs from the questionable ones. Getting your degree from an AACSB, AMBA or EQUIS accredited MBA program is the best way to guarantee a return on your investment. At the same time, however, understanding the different types of accreditation organizations will make your online MBA search much easier.
Robert Mittelstaedt, is a dean and professor of management at the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, as well as an experienced business co-founder, a board member of three public companies, and the author of two business books. The W. P. Carey School of Business has over than 10,000 students and is #77 in the QS Global 200 North America Rating. In this interview, Dean Mittelstaedt explains what to look for in an online MBA program.
One of the biggest worries people have about online MBA programs is that they’ll end up getting a degree from an online diploma mill. But what are diploma mills? And how do you avoid them?
If you are looking to advance your career, but don’t have the time for classroom study, then an online MBA might be the right choice. Here are some reasons why online MBA programs are becoming increasingly popular that may help you decide whether or not you want to get an online MBA.
An online MBA can make you a better business leader, help advance your career, and lead to a salary increase. Whether or not an online MBA is worth it for you, however, depends on your career status and educational needs, along with what program you choose.