Schools Debut a Slew of Online MBAs
Wall Street Journal
By Patrick Thomas
"Online MBAs are gaining traction during the coronavirus era as more U.S. business schools seek new students and some wonder if their traditional full-time and on-site MBA programs will survive.
Many universities said this year that they would roll out online MBA degree programs, including the business schools of Howard University, Wake Forest University and John Carroll University. They join the ranks of some big state schools, including the University of Illinois’s Gies College of Business and Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business, which have launched online MBAs and are reporting significant increases in applications and online enrollment for the fall."