Howard University To Launch EMBA Program in January 2012

Howard University is launching its first online Executive MBA program which will start in January of 2012.

Howard said the program is tailored for business professionals, who are ready to lead and seeks a competitive edge in global business. Consisting of 42 credit hours, the online Executive MBA program is designed to be completed in about 18 months. The online format is designed to deliver a robust management education that is accessible to professionals who desire to work full-time while completing their degree.

The Howard School of Business is accredited by AACSB International and has been ranked among the top U.S. business schools Poets&Quants.

Applications will be accepted starting June 2011, with the inaugural online class starting in January 2011. For more information about this online MBA program, visit us at http://executivemba.howard.edu.

  • James

    I’m glad that more and more universities are moving toward finding modern solutions for modern day problems. In this economy, people no longer have the luxury to drop everything their doing and relocate for their education. I think it’s great especially since many business professionals will have to learn how to adapt to a world with constantly changing technology to further their knowledge through similar means. I, for instance pursued my Masters of Science in Information Technology and later went on for my MBA in Project Management online soon afterward. Which is great because it allowed me to keep my job and not have to uproot my family.