Over 300 Students Will Graduate from BU Questrom’s Online MBA

IBL News | New York

The Boston University’s Questrom School of Business Online MBA on edX.org, once considered the “biggest experiment” ever run in the institution’s history, was presented as a huge success this month.

The first graduates [three of them in the picture above], who will get their degrees tomorrow, on May 22, 2022, say that the program has changed their lives.

A total of 308 students are on track to graduate this May. At least one-third of them are expected to pick up their degrees in person. The graduates’ average age is 39, they hail from 43 nations, and a third of them are women.

This Online MBA took nine-month gestation before its launch in the fall of 2020. The full cost of the degree was $24,000, a quarter of the typical in-person program price tag.

Now, the Dean of the school says that “the experiment has exceeded our expectations on all fronts.”

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