Wichita, Kansas – The Online Master’s in Business Administration Program at Southwestern College Professional Studies has been named one of the top 50 online programs in the country by nonprofitcollegesonline.com.
In its first year ranking their choices for top online Master’s of Business Administration degrees, nonprofitcollegesonline.com is aimed at helping students make educated decisions about where they should invest their time and money when earning their degree online. Programs that made their list were from non-profit, accredited colleges with lower than average tuition cost and were ranked accordingly. Southwestern College Professional Studies’ MBA program made the cut at number 12.
“At nonprofitcollegesonline.com we are committed to connecting people to inspiring ideas and high quality educational opportunities,” said Liz Robertson, Editor of nonprofitcollegesonline.com. “We are confident students will find both at Southwestern College.”
The MBA program at Professional Studies was restructured in 2014 with an emphasis on mastery, enabling graduates to mentor, coach and lead others as they advance in their careers. The program was enhanced with new courses to ensure a current and relevant curriculum to meet the demands of today’s organizations.
Southwestern College Professional Studies is dedicated to the education of working adults. Adult learners enjoy flexible, six-week online courses for most of the bachelor and master programs. The MBA program includes 13 six-week online courses for a total of 39 credit hours.
About Southwestern College
Southwestern College provides a values-based learning experience that emphasizes intellectual, personal, and spiritual growth. Founded in 1885 by the United Methodist Church, the non-profit college offers bachelor, master and doctoral degrees on-ground and online. Students prepare for careers and graduate studies with courses that foster critical thinking and effective communication and are characterized by meaningful professor-student interaction. Southwestern College Professional Studies programs embrace prior learning and facilitate career progression for working adults, members of the armed services, and persons in transition.
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