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Temple University

The Fox School of Business at Temple University offers the number 1 online MBA program according to U.S. News & World Report. It has held this recognition for three years in a row.

At Fox School of Business, students receive outstanding instruction through cutting-edge technology. This is done with the working professional in mind, so schedules and the delivery of lessons are kept flexible.

Online MBA students can choose to pursue six specializations, covering Business Management, Entrepreneurship, Financial Management, Human Resource Management, Innovation Management, Marketing Management, and Strategic Management.

The Fox School of Business at Temple University takes pride in offering the number 1 online MBA program as per U.S. News & World Report. The platform if purely Internet-based, so activities and communication with your teachers and classmates are done online.

The Online MBA program aims to develop analytical and quantitative problem-solving skills, effective management skills for a global business environment, effective communication, awareness of ethical issues and their implications in decision making, strategic thinking, and teamwork skills.

As an online MBA student, you will be taking the same courses as full-time, on-campus students from the same faculty. You will begin your studies with a week-long residency in Temple University’s main campus. This is so you can complete your Leadership Development course and get started on developing your own network. You will also engage in technology training and team-building activities.

Lessons are delivered using WebEx technology. Students are divided into small groups during the weekly class and are tasked with solving problems faced by today’s business leaders. Each course lasts 4 weeks and is taken one at a time. They include topics, such as Leadership Development, Financial Accounting, Industrial Organization for Business Strategy, Financial Analysis and Strategy, and Law and Ethical Foundations, to name a few.

MBA students can specialize in a wide array of areas of concentration, but only 6 are available to Online MBA students. This is because the rest of the choices require on-campus presence. Your 6 choices are Business Management, Entrepreneurship, Financial Management, Human Resource Management, Innovation Management, Marketing Management, and Strategic Management.

Fox School of Business’ Online MBA program is highly flexible. It is appropriate for students who must divide their time between studies and work. Asynchronous study tools, such as lecture videos that are available on demand, help students stay on track. These videos are mobile-friendly, too, so they can be viewed with no problem even from small screens. The WebEx technology also allows students to communicate with their teachers and classmates at real-time.

To apply, you need to provide the right requirements, which include a completed application form, a non-refundable $60 application fee, you college transcripts, your current resume, 2 letters of recommendation, 2 required essays, and 1 optional statement. You also need to provide your official test scores in the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), taken within the last five years. If you are an international student, you need to provide your score in the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) taken within the last two years. If you pass the initial selection process, you will be invited for an interview.

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I feel that Temple Uiversity will really help my quest for a better career. Just a few months into my studies and I have already learned a lot of skills and insights that I can apply to my job.
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