John Carroll’s newly-launched Online MBA program was highlighted in a Wall Street Journal on September 2. Read the full Wall Street Journal article here.
The Boler College of Business Online MBA program applies socially responsible leadership to solve complex business decisions. It teaches students the same quantitative and behavioral tools of business analysis and strategic decision-making as every other program, only from a decidedly Jesuit point of view that provides participants with the tools they need to earn their degree while staying within the constructs of their everyday lives. Amid the concerns surrounding coronavirus this year, the online program has been especially important.
“Online M.B.A.s have proliferated over the past decade. Since 2009 the number of online M.B.A.s at accredited business schools in the U.S. more than doubled, according to the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. [M]ore high-profile universities are joining the online-learning ranks and are attracting more people who want to jump-start their careers during the coronavirus-induced recession.”
Visit the Boler Online MBA webpage to learn why good people are good for business.