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VIRTUAL MBA PROGRAM
In addition to its traditional MBA classes, Florida Atlantic University now offers a virtual classroom experience in a shared learning environment that combines academic rigor, convenience and flexibility.
FAUMBA.net, the innovative virtual MBA program of the College of Business, is an alternate delivery system rather than a new program. Therefore, students must be admitted to the regular MBA program to enroll in the FAUMBA.net classes. Students may take anywhere from one to all of their courses in the on-line format. Regular tuition and fees, in-state or non-resident as applicable, will be charged for all classes. In addition, students will pay an additional fee each course. It is currently $100 per course, which includes 24x7 help services (subject to change).
FAUMBA.net permits students who live or work far from an educational center to attend classes without difficulty and at normal tuition rates.
Since the program is part of the regular MBA Curriculum, the talents of a full-time, qualified faculty are made available through Internet-based classes.
Who Should Consider Taking Courses Through FAUMBA.net ?
MBA Admission Requirements
Unconditional Acceptance into the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program is granted to applicants who have earned a:
Taking Courses When Not Fully Admitted
Under special circumstances, students who are not fully admitted may take MBA courses. This applies to conditionally admitted students, students who transfer from other universities, and students who enter through special arrangements. More details can be found by contacting an advisor in the College of Business:
To take Internet-based classes, you will need the following:
Current FAUMBA.net Courses
Students who have been fully admitted but need foundation courses may need some assistance from an MBA advisor about how to find an eligible course.
The following courses will be offered during the Summer 2001 Semester:
Information Technology/Operations Management
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