Suffolk U. Offers Accelerated MBA to Quality Professionals

8/27/2002

The Boston Chapter of the American Society for Quality and Suffolk University’s Sawyer School of Management established the Accelerated MBA for ASQ members in 2001. The program was developed for Quality professionals who possess an undergraduate degree and want to increase the breadth of their business and management skills and thus their value within the scope of their organization. With the Accelerated MBA for ASQ members, Quality professionals can earn their degree in 11 to 13 courses. The program is available to ASQ members world-wide via the Online MBA delivery format.

Suffolk offers ASQ members four flexible formats to earn an MBA degree.

Members can enroll in the full-time or part-time MBA programs in traditional classroom settings at Suffolk’s campuses in Boston, Franklin, North Andover, or on Cape Cod. An Executive MBA format for senior managers is offered on Saturdays. The Online MBA format offers the Accelerated MBA for ASQ members entirely over the internet and draws students from across the United States and the world. In all formats, students earn the Suffolk MBA, a high-quality, internationally accredited degree.

The Online MBA allows Quality professionals working outside the United States, the opportunity to earn an American MBA degree at their fingertips. Online courses are taught by the same Suffolk faculty who teach in their bricks and mortar classrooms. Students can choose to customize their MBA to their career paths by choosing to concentrate in: accounting, finance, global management, information technology, or marketing.

The Online MBA requires significant participation on the part of faculty and students where real time learning occurs in the chat room. The flexibility of the program makes it easy for people like, Jeffrey Luber, vice president of finance and administration for Kaon Interactive to earn his MBA. "The online format provides me with the flexibility I need to juggle work, a one year old child, home, and school."

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